Stunning, sweeping vistas, from this two bedroom/one bath northwestern corner cooperative apartment on the bay, feature close up views of the Aquatic Park, Alcatraz and the Marin Headlands. The home consists of an open living and dining room, efficient adjoining kitchen with breakfast or office nook, a master suite and guest room. There are large terraces across both the bay and city sides accessed by wide sliding glass doors. Truly a spacious and inspirational space with iconic views of San Francisco.

The building is serviced from 7am-11pm by door security attendants. For convenience, there is a circular off street driveway passenger zone in front. Elevators access all apartments and the garage levels. Residents share a lobby level community conference room, with kitchen and outside BBQ grills, plus a lovely Zen garden and patio. Assigned extra storage space G1-41 plus one car parking space G1- 39 are included. Apartment 509 owns 902 shares  (.00902 percent) with 2019 assessments of $1201 per month.

This 17-story curving edifice of 127 apartments includes on-site and off-site management. The structure consists of 34 studios, 34 one-bedroom, 56 two-bedroom and 3 four-bedroom penthouse apartments. Fontana West, its next door twin, is actually a separate entity.

In the past, as a result of the approval of these high rise buildings along the waterfront in 1960, future limitations were set to protect views of the bay and other historical structures in the city skyline, such as Coit Tower. Situated on the site of the old Fontana spaghetti factory and adjacent San Francisco landmark Ghirardelli Square, residents also enjoy other nearby amenities such as Ft. Mason and Fisherman’s Wharf as well as this historic district, including the Maritime Museum and Hyde Street cable car turnaround.



Russian Hill

There's hardly a neighborhood that compares with Russian Hill, with its mesmerizing views, heart-stopping hairpin turns, and sheer historical grandeur. Locals enjoy the hillside garden climbs, the exquisite tiny parks, and the classic ice cream parlor found at the corner of Union and Hyde. There is a delicate European flair to many of the boutiques and restaurants found along the lushly green streets of Jackson, Union, and Hyde. Green and Polk Streets offer exceptional international cuisine from French to Italian to Vietnamese, you can't go wrong in this vibrant stretch of city. If shopping is on your list, don't miss the many delightful boutiques dotting Polk Street between Union and Broadway. There is a tremendous spread of possibilities when it comes to housing in Russian Hill. From turn-of-the-century backyard cottages, to lush multi-million dollar luxury homes, to hilltop town houses and condos with mind-blowing Bay views - there is something for all sensibilities. The architectural influences in Russian Hill reach back to classic - from Spanish Colonial, Mission Revival,  Italianate, Arts and Crafts and to contemporary or sleek modern minimalism. Russian Hill remains a very walkable urban landscape despite its hilly tendency. The Financial District and Civic Center are easily within reach. And, for fun and convenience, you will occasionally ride the cable car home on a monthly pass from SFMUNI.

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