400 Duboce is a beautiful, historic building that, like its façade, which has changed color once a decade for the past half century, isn’t afraid to evolve. Built in 1905, it not only survived the destructive earthquake of 1906 – it became a temporary city hall as the only building in the area big enough to accommodate the city government.
With its location in the Duboce Triangle, 400 Duboce offers great walkability – its proximity to Duboce Park makes it perfect for dog lovers and picnickers alike. Safeway, Whole Foods, and Golden Produce are all conveniently located, and there’s no shortage of nearby nightlife, including local favorites like Churchill and Brewcade. Amenities and character abound in this colorful, lovingly restored building. 400 Duboce offers onsite laundry, plus energy-efficient appliances that integrate seamlessly with hardwood floors, high ceilings and other classic desirables. Commuters will love 400 Duboce’s centrality, proximity to MUNI, and extensive network of bike lanes.
400 Duboce has been a lot of things over its century-plus history: a seat of government, a women’s shelter (during World War I), and a hotel (numerous times). Now you can call this neighborhood fixture something else – home.
Building FactsYear Built: 1905
Residential Units: 79
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