“Steps from the Ferry Building, museums, Yerba Buena Gardens, and so much more.” – Matt
2005 construction, home to 167 residences at 199 New Montgomery in the Yerba Buena neighborhood of San Francisco. A sculpture by well-known artist Albert Paley graces the lobby.
Home sizes at 199 New Montgomery begin at 392 square feet and range up to 1,150 square feet. Homes are available in studios, one-bedroom homes, and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities include a rooftop terrace with BBQ grill and seating with views of downtown San Francisco, 24-hour doorperson and bicycle parking available for $30/year.
Developer: Intracorp/Arterra Mission Bay LLC| Builder: Monahan Pacific | Architect: Heller-Manus Architects
At the corner of New Montgomery and Howard Streets, 199 New Montgomery is a 167-unit condominium development completed in 2005. Located in the midst of the bustling Yerba Buena district of San Francisco, 199 New Montgomery is a 16-story building with commercial space on the ground level and a rooftop deck with barbecue grilling facilities and panoramic views of downtown. A sculpture by well-known artist Albert Paley graces the lobby.
Number of Homes
Completed in 2005
Some homes have parking in the four-level underground parking garage, monthly maintenance fee applies; there are 80 parking spots total. Motorcycle parking is available for $50/month.
Amenities and Finishes
Rooftop terrace with BBQ grill and seating with views of downtown San Francisco, 24-hour doorperson, bicycle parking available at an additional cost.