One Rincon Hill
Live in one of San Francisco’s full service buildings with amenities that include a 24 hour attended lobby, concierge services, heated swimming pool, reflection pool & fireplace, whirlpool spa, sundeck, fitness center, barbeque area, hospitality room & valet parking.
No. 2603, approx. 1,278 sq ft, is a sought after mid-level home that enjoys 180 degrees of perfect skyline views of the City and Bay, AT&T Ballpark, South Beach Marina, Potrero Hill and beyond!
This contemporary home has large scale floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors and washer/dryer in unit. The well equipped kitchen has a gas cooktop, granite counters and top-of-the-line appliances including a Sub-Zero refrigerator.
2 bedrooms, 2 baths, living room, dining area, 1-car valet parking. Homeowners’ dues: $805.59 (water, garbage, building insurance, door person, maintenance, reserves)
South Beach, San Francisco
South Beach is San Francisco’s newest, up-and-coming neighborhood. Located South of Market, it is surrounded by the newly renovated Embarcadero and Bay Bridge to the North and East, 2nd Street and King Street to the West and South.
For decades, the real estate in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco had mainly consisted of warehouses, storage yards and dilapidated piers. Beginning in 1981, the city began to transform the area into a mixed-use development. Now it is one of the ritziest neighborhoods in The City. Considered by some to be the “new Nob Hill,” South Beach is home to some of the most desirable and valued condominiums, live/work lofts and interior design stores in San Francisco.
One of the most prominent features of South
Park, home of the San
This has enticed many new services and restaurants into the area. Some of the
most notable restaurants and cafes in the area include RN74, Ironside, MoMo’s, South
Park Café, Crossroads
Café and Tres Agaves. And look for great wine bars like Local Kitchen & Wine Merchant and District Wine Bar. It's a quick walk to the always-exciting and gourmet Farmer's
Market at the Ferry Building, and on the way down the Embarcadero check out Pat Kuleto's Waterbar and Epic Roasthouse.
South Park and Rincon Hill are attractive areas within South Beach. Over
a century ago, the wealthiest merchants in the area lived in South
Park, which was founded by Englishman George Gordon in 1854. Now it is a quaint oasis surrounded by cafes, restaurants, condominiums
and lofts. Rincon
Hill, also rich
with history, has become a center of significant development,
including at least five hi-rise condominium and mixed-use buildings on landscaped
residential streets (see interactive renderings here).
It will soon become one of the city's newest neighborhoods.