1690 North Point
1690 North Point was built in 1937 – the same year as the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. It enjoys the much sought after Marina location close to the Marina Green and San Francisco Bay, Union and Chestnut Street nightlife, and the Presidio’s green space.
Located at the corner of North Point and Webster, 1690 North Point mixes modern amenities with beautiful architectural details, like arched doorways and bay windows. Its location is a walker’s paradise, offering a quick trip to the nearby Safeway or the food, drink, and gallery-filled Fort Mason – also home to the Friday night Off the Grid and Sunday morning Farmers' Market.
With excellent transit options nearby (and a Bike Score of 89 for two-wheeled enthusiasts), it’s easy to visit neighboring Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow, the Presidio, Ghirardelli Square, and more. Staying close to home means enjoying the hip boutiques, classic watering holes, and Michelin-starred restaurants in one of San Francisco’s flagship neighborhoods.
Building FactsYear Built: 1937
Residential Units: 18