Curbed SF readers know all too well your editor’s unyielding affection for two Tenderloin towers—the first being Crown Towers at 666 Post (swoon), the second being the Hamilton at 631 O’Farrell. These two early 20th century structures prove San Francisco can and should build than a paltry six or seven stories when it comes to residential stock.
And with that, take a peek inside the latter via a corner unit that landed on the market this week. A 15th-floor remodeled studio, featuring a new kitchen and period details, asks $549,000. Advertised as a studio, it comes with a nook area ideal for a bed, making the place somewhere in between a studio and junior one-bed.
The bathroom’s Art Deco-era design remains intact. Like most of the units inside the Hamilton, the loo is accessible through the walk-in closet, which too has been remodeled.
HOAs come to $641/month. There’s a gym, 16th floor terrace, and an Art Deco lobby that will drop jaws. Stunning.
If a studio is too small, take a gander at the building’s penthouse. It’s been languishing on the market for some time now, asking $3,950,000.
- 631 O’Farrell, #1516 [Redfin]
- The Hamilton [Curbed SF]
- The Tenderloin’s Most Expensive Penthouse Is Still at It [Curbed SF]