2200 Leavenworth is a beautiful showcase of 1920s architecture in the heart of Russian Hill. Its sterling location offers access to some of the city’s best bars, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment, plus sweeping panoramic views of Alcatraz, Coit Tower, the Bay Bridge, and the Financial District.
Built in 1928, 2200 Leavenworth offers on-site parking, laundry and other modern amenities in addition to its historic design details. Situated a block away from the famous “Crookedest Street in the World” switchbacks of Lombard Street, it is also located close to food, drink, and shopping favorites on Polk Street and Columbus Avenue, like Saint Frank Coffee and La Trappe Café. Dog walkers, picnickers, and green space enthusiasts love its easy proximity to Alice Marble Park (and tennis courts), Michelangelo Playground, Fay Park, Washington Square Park, and more.
With both Walker’s and Rider’s Paradise designations, 2200 Leavenworth also makes trips to Downtown offices (and its ample BART and Muni stops), other neighborhoods (like the nearby North Beach, Nob Hill, and Marina District), and destinations outside of San Francisco accessible for commuters and adventurers alike.