Living inside the Frederick Herman Meyer-designed Belgravia, is for many the pipe dream when it comes to urban living. This Tendernob gem, built in 1913, has a condo on the market right now, one that fans of the style shouldn’t miss.
Completed in 2014, 1080 Sutter is local designer Stanley Saitowitz’s big contribution to the Tendernob. It’s also his grand, 11-story tribute to San Francisco architecture of yore, if you can see the resemblance peeking through this clearly contemporary structure.
Originally opening as a residence for gentleman who needed a pied-a-terre near the onetime men-only clubs, Crown Towers at 666 Post remains one of the city’s best examples of art deco/Gothic architecture. And a corner unit has hit the market today.
AAU owns some of SF's most remarkable historic buildings — and some of its junkiest. Here's a look at how deeply into the city's architectural history the Academy's real estate empire stretches, and how deep the pile of alleged violations reaches.
While neighborhoods like The Mission or Hayes Valley are pipe-dreams for some, downtown is the ultimate San Francisco experience for others. Living inside the Frederick Herman Meyer-designed Belgravia would be the pinnacle of said experience
If you've ever strolled past Crown Towers, you've taken notice of its crimson (Downing Street red, to be exact) facade with black trim. Hard to miss it this art deco/Gothic-inspired gem as you can see it from the Bay Bridge. And if you've looked closer, you've seen that it has a pretty cool address to boot.