Originally built as a warehouse in the early 1900s, One Ecker Place was converted in 2008 to 51 residences. The building is located at 16 Jessie Street in the north end of the Yerba Buena neighborhood. One Ecker Place is close to the Financial District, the Embarcadero and Yerba Buena Gardens.
Home sizes at One Ecker Place include studios, one-bedroom homes, and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities include a courtyard, a roof deck with a lounge fountain and BBQ area, and an intercom and elevator.
Developer: The Paul Corp. | Builder: Palisade Builders | Architect: BDE
One Ecker is in the center of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena district at 16 Jessie, a small alley between Market and Mission Streets. The historic conversion building provides residents with modern living and luxury amenities. One Ecker is also close to museums like SF MoMA, not to mention being within a short distance of numerous public transit options, downtown, the Financial District, and just about everything that life in San Francisco has to offer.
The homes at One Ecker offer studio, one- and two-bedroom homes for those who want a unique loft-living experience in the Yerba Buena district of SF. The building is a retrofitted brick and timber building. With 51 homes in a mid-rise building, One Ecker has an intimate boutique feel that is a nice change from some of the nearby larger buildings.
Number of Homes
Original building construction in 1906, converted into lofts in 2008
None in the building
Amenities and Finishes
Courtyard, roof deck with lounge fountain and BBQ area, intercom, and elevator.