“Polk Street is your Playground.” – Matt
Home sizes at The Austin begin at about 400 square feet and range up to 1,075 square feet. Homes are available in studios, one-bedroom homes, one-bedroom + den homes, and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities include ground floor retail, a spacious lobby lounge, a rooftop terrace, and a non-profit art space.
Developer: Pacific Eagle Holdings | Builder: Swinterton | Architect: Arquitectonica
Located at the border of Nob Hill and Lower Pacific Heights, this Arquitectonica-designed building fronts both Pine Street and Austin Alley and rises 12 stories with about 100 residences. The building sits on a site created by the merger of several lots, including a beloved Grubsteak restaurant that is rumored to live on in the ground floor retail space.
Homes are available in studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom configurations, with select homes having parking in vehicle stackers. The ground floor will be home to several retail shops and a community-based art space.
Number of Homes
There are only a handful of homes remaining, with one-bedroom homes starting around $850,000 and two-bedroom homes starting at about $1.7 million.
There are about 80 underground parking spots with mechanical stackers used for 76 of the total parking spaces. Parking is “un-bundled” (i.e., you can’t be forced to buy a parking spot with your condo), and it has been offered with the largest homes, working backward towards the smallest homes until no more parking is available for sale.
Each home has one bicycle parking spot per home as well.
Amenities and Finishes
Spacious lobby lounge, rooftop terrace and special non-profit art space off Austin Street
Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
The below-market rate homes are on-site and are available to eligible buyers through a lottery process that is typically held towards the end of the building sales cycle.
We do not represent the developer of The Austin. The fine sales team at The Mark Company represents the developer exclusively, and we provide buyers with independent representation across the city of San Francisco.