1020 Post brings the best of Lower Nob Hill and beyond to your doorstep. Built in 1915, 1020 Post – formerly the Haroldon Apartments, as commemorated on plaques flanking the entrance – is part of the National Register of Historic Places in the Lower Nob Hill Apartment Hotel District. Its architectural touches include a beautiful brick exterior and ornamented gate, which give way to a large foyer with gold accents and a hardwood floored lobby. Look closely and you may be able to see it in the opening scene of Venom, starring Tom Hardy, which filmed in the adjacent Hemlock Alley.
Centrally located near Downtown San Francisco, 1020 Post is a walker and rider’s paradise, perfectly situated for commuting via BART, Muni, or Van Ness tech shuttle, running errands, or enjoying a night on the town – bikers love its 87 Bike Score, too. With proximity to the Financial District, Nob Hill, Union Square shopping, Polk Street bars, dog-friendly Lafayette Park, and other attractions – plus on-site laundry for residents – 1020 Post is a perfect place to call home.
Building FactsYear Built: 1915
Residential Units: 43