“Incomparable details rethought in a building once home to the SF Call newspaper.” – Britton
Originally built in 1914 and converted to condominiums in 2006, this building is affectionately known as “The Monty.” The Monty is home to 107 residences at 74 New Montgomery St. in the Yerba Buena neighborhood of San Francisco.
Home sizes at The Monty include studios, one-bedroom homes, and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities include security, concierge, and a roof deck.
Developer: New Urban Properties | Architect: Huntsman Architectural Group
Originally opened in 1914 as The Call Building, The Monty has long been an architectural gem. It was converted to condos in 2006, which included a seismic retrofit and a complete interior redesign. The Monty is located in the middle of it all, just a few blocks walk from Union Square and the world-famous shops of San Francisco in one direction.
Head the other direction and a within a few blocks you’ll be at SF MOMA and the world-class art museums of the Yerba Buena district. And let’s not forget the short walk to The Ferry Building or a stroll along The Embarcadero. WalkScore.com rates The Monty as a “Walkers Paradise” with a score of 97 out of 100 for walkability and convenience to abundant shopping, world-class dining, cultural events, and nightlife.
Number of Homes
Built in 1914, converted into condos in 2006
Independent parking in an underground garage for some homes. Not all homes have parking.
Security, concierge, roof deck