“Art Deco San Francisco style.” – Matt
“Meander through multiple urban ‘meadows’ above a ground floor Whole Foods Market.” – Matt
The Portside was completed in two phases, in 1994 and 1997, and is home to 220 residences at 38 Bryant and 403 Main in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. The Portside sports rounded corners, railings reminiscent of a cruise ship, and porthole-type accent windows.
Home sizes at The Portside begin at about 480 square feet and range up to nearly 1,400 square feet. Homes are available in studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include an outdoor pool, spa and sun deck, two fitness centers (one per building), on-site management, and 24-hour security.
Developer: Hum Baby Associates | Builder: Webcor (403 Main) | Architect: HKS Architects
With a distinct nautical look and a location across the Embarcadero from San Francisco Bay, The Portside sports rounded corners, railings reminiscent of a cruise ship, and porthole-type accent windows. Portside I (38 Bryant) was built in 1994 and Portside II (403 Main) followed in 1997.
The South Beach area has grown up around the Portside since the 1990s, with a revitalized Embarcadero, the Ferry Building and AT&T Park (home of the World Series-winning San Francisco Giants) all a short distance away. Commuters have quick and easy access to MUNI on the Embarcadero, Caltrain at 4th & King Streets, and BART on Market Street. Car commuters can reach 280, 101 and the Bay Bridge within a few blocks of home.
Number of Homes
62 at 38 Bryant, 158 at 403 Main
Built in 1994 (38 Bryant), 1997 (403 Main)
Leased in a shared garage, one space per home
Amenities and Finishes
Amenities shared between both buildings include two fitness centers (one in each building), an outdoor pool, spa, and pool deck. Most homes have extra storage within the building, and all have access to leased parking in a shared garage. Optional valet service is available.