1515 15th St

“Stanley Saitowitz Underneath the Radar.” – Britton

1515 15th St., completed in 2014, is located in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco. This contemporary building is home to 40 residences.

Home sizes at 1515 15th St. begin at 414 square feet and range up to 1,114 square feet. Homes are available in studios, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a roof deck and air-conditioning.


Developer: JS Sullivan | Builder: JS Sullivan | Architect: Stanley Saitowitz


Rooftop Deck Overlooking the City

1515 15th St. in the Mission

Close to 16th St Mission Station


MLS Listed Homes in the Building

$1,095,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 421573014
This stylish 2 bedroom, 2 bath plus office/playroom condo was built in 2014 and is located in the heart of the Mission District boasting a 99 Walk Score! The open plan living space has nice finishes and provides direct access...
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More About the Building

1515 15th is located at the corner of 15th St. and South Van Ness in the Inner Mission. The 40 condominiums range in size from studios to two bedrooms, along with ground floor commercial spaces. There are 24 two-bedroom homes, 8 studios, and 8 one-bedroom homes. Some homes have private outdoor space. Studios are roughly 414-446 square feet, while one-bedroom homes are about 674 square feet and two-bedroom homes range from 946 to 1,114 square feet. Designed by Stanley Saitowitz and built by JS Sullivan, the building occupies the site of a former gas station.


Number of Homes


Construction Schedule
Built in 2014


There are 39 below-ground parking spaces as well as 21 bicycle parking spots.


Amenities and Original Finishes

A shared rooftop deck provides outdoor space for the homes at 1515 15th. Original interior finishes include natural hardwood floors, Grohe plumbing fixtures and Italian porcelain stoneware flooring in the bathrooms, Thermador and Bosch kitchen appliances, and central air conditioning. Extra storage is available for purchase.

In true Stanley Saitowitz style, bathrooms in many of the homes are split, with the shower/tub behind a frosted glass door in the bedroom, and the toilet/sink behind a second door. (Yes, you step out of your tub into your bedroom, where there is a tiled area so you don’t ruin your pretty wood floors by dripping water all over them.)


Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
There are seven below-market-rate homes located on-site: one studio, one one-bedroom home, and five two-bedroom homes.



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