“Perfectly positioned to benefit from the upcoming central subway station.” – Britton
Home to 300 residences at 555 4th Street in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, The Palms was completed in 2006.
Home sizes at The Palms begin at 450 square feet and range up to 2,500 square feet. Homes are available in studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a 24-hour doorperson, concierge services, gym, business center, 20-seat movie theater, yoga studio, and a residents’ lounge with billiards table, poker table, and a wet bar.
Developer: Joe Cassidy | Architect: Ian Birchall & Associates
The Palms is a U-shaped building surrounding a courtyard that contains several large palm trees in large pots that are lit up at night. There’s a three-story parking garage is in the center of the building, surrounded by condos that face outward toward the streets and also inward to the courtyard. The main entrance to the Palms is attended 24 hours a day by a door person who also provides concierge services. Residents enjoy access to an on-site fitness center, a 20-seat movie theater, a business center, yoga studio, and a lounge with game tables and a wet bar.
With easy access to 280, 101, Caltrain and the Bay Bridge, the Palms is great for commuters. MUNI light rail is a few blocks away, and when the Central Subway is complete it’ll be even closer, with a stop just steps away at 4th & Brannan.
Number of Homes
Completed in 2006
Varies: some homes have deeded parking, others have leased parking in the building and others have no parking. All parking spaces are side-by-side in a shared garage.
Amenities and Finishes
24-hour doorperson, concierge services, gym, business center, 20-seat movie theater, yoga studio, residents’ lounge with billiards table, poker table and wet bar