601 O’Farrell

601 O’Farrell was designed by San Francisco architect extraordinaire H.C. Baumann circa 1927-1928 – one of more than 100 buildings he created over that time period. Once known as the Farrelworth Apartments, the building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Uptown Tenderloin Historic District.

Befitting its historical status, 601 O’Farrell is an architectural feast. The building is full of stunning features befitting its Jazz Age roots: paired columns, a marble floor, and an arched doorway with a decorative iron gate in the vestibule, as well as a lobby replete with heavy coffered ceilings, mirrors, a balcony, and Spanish Colonial ornamentation. Units (many featuring bay windows) are outfitted with contemporary amenities; 601 O’Farrell also offers modern conveniences for its residents, including an elevator, gated access, and a parking garage, as well as on-site laundry.

601 O’Farrell is a commuter’s dream, with a 98 Walk Score, 100 Transit Score, and 85 Bike Score. Numerous BART and Muni stops are easily accessible, along with tech shuttles on Market. Its central location means proximity to some of San Francisco’s best bars, restaurants, and entertainment options.



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