GRAMERCY TOWERS, 1177 California Street, is a Nob Hill landmark located in one of San Francisco’s most exclusive neighborhoods. The Gramercy is adjacent to The Masonic Auditorium, a half-block from Huntington Park, and just around the corner from three world-class hotels; the Fairmont, the Mark Hopkins, and the Huntington Hotel. There is a restaurant in the building, Osso, and numerous other restaurants and boutique commercial activity very nearby. Building amenities include an elegantly landscaped drive-in courtyard with six guest parking spaces, 24-hour doorman, professional management, maintenance and janitorial personnel. In addition, there is a health club, complete with an indoor pool, fitness equipment, spa and sauna.
Apartment #1618 Description
This is a unique 2 bedroom, 2 bath penthouse apartment, boasting many custom details throughout. A large atrium area was previously added onto the unit along with an expansive roof deck with direct access via the living room. There are panoramic views over Nob Hill, the Northeast Bay, and Downtown. Truly one of a kind!
The monthly assessment of $1,472.76 includes professional property management, 24-hour door person, window cleaning, health club use, parking, and all utilities (heat, electricity, cable TV, internet) except telephone.
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Nob Hill is an affluent district, home to many of the city’s upper-class families as well as a large young urban professional population.
The Mark Hopkins Hotel and the Huntington Hotel are located one block away at Mason & California. The hotels were named for three of The Big Four, four entrepreneurs of the construction of the Central Pacific Railroad: Leland Stanford, Mark Hopkins & Collis P. Huntington. The fourth, Charles Crocker has a garage named after him in the neighborhood. The Fairmont is also named for a San Francisco tycoon, James G. Fair.
Though Nob Hill is a very densely built neighborhood, there are parks at which residents and visitors can relax and enjoy the outdoors. The most prominent park in the neighborhood is Huntington Park, which takes up an entire block, bounded by Sacramento Street to the north, Taylor Street to the west, California Street to the south, and Cushman Street to the east. Huntington Park was formerly the site of the mansion of Central Pacific Railroad baron Collis P. Huntington; the mansion was destroyed by the 1906 earthquake and fire, however, and Mr. Huntington’s widow donated the property to the city to establish a park in 1915. Huntington Park has a playground for children, landscaping, and several fountains. Washington & Hyde Mini Park is situated on a single lot between two apartment buildings on the north side of Washington Street, between Hyde Street and Leavenworth Street. Washington & Hyde Mini Park has a playground for children, landscaping, and public restrooms.
FIRST BROKER TOUR Tuesday October 22, 9:00 – 11:00AM
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