Hip new residential towers are fine for San Francisco's web-savvy millionaires (read: nouveau riche). The blue bloods, however might desire something with a bit more clout. 2006 Washington Street just might suffice— $15 million will net a full-floor residence in the "most exclusive" co-op in San Francisco, an "architecturally significant" building built in 1924 by architect C.A. Meussdorffer. Perks include a 24-hour doorman, two private terraces, 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2 elevators, and vista views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Bonus celeb girl next door: Danielle Steel.
· 2006 Washington #4 [Live San Francsico]