1405 Franklin occupies a prime location on the border of Japantown and Lower Nob Hill in luxurious Pacific Heights. Equal parts accessible and amenity-filled, the building is perfectly situated for enjoying the best of San Francisco living.
Built in 1926, 1405 Franklin towers over the corner of Franklin and Sutter with a refined elegance befitting its neighborhood. Historic architecture means exterior Edwardian ornamentation with gold accents that give way to a marble-lined, mirror-filled lobby. Community amenities include an elevator, on-site laundry, and Carson Living virtual doorman, while units feature modern appliances, hardwood floors, high ceilings, and other desirable details.
1405 Franklin residents enjoy an ultra-walkable, very bikeable location with access to world-class public transportation. Van Ness tech shuttles and proximity to Downtown and the Financial District are ideal for commuters, while everyday errands are a breeze with Whole Foods Market and Trader Joe’s within blocks. You'll have tons of options for dining and nightlife with Swan Oyster Depot, The Saratoga and the Great American Music Hall in the neighborhood, and Limoncello - famous for fantastic sandwiches and their wine selection - is literally downstairs. Local music venues like Great American Music Hall and the Regency Ballroom, and green space at nearby Lafayette Park are just some of the many city living staples just steps from 1405 Franklin’s front door.
Building FactsYear Built: 1926
Residential Units: 37
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