601 O’Farrell, historically known as “The Farrellworth,” was built in 1928 by locally renowned designer and architect H.C. Baumann. This iconic Spanish Colonial structure features bay windows, ornamental frieze and cornice, bracketed balconies, and stately columns. Stepping through the arched doorway, feast your eyes on a rich lobby of marble flooring, decorative iron, heavy coffered ceiling, and a grand balcony. This apartment building houses studio, one, and two-bedroom floorplans with large closets and high ceilings. Shared amenities include elevator and an on-site laundry room.
Situated in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, you’re just a short walk to Union Square, the FiDi and Powell Street BART. This central location puts you in the epicenter of cultural cuisine with Scullery Café, Mensho Toyko Ramen, Osha Thai and Shalimar within a block on your front door. Night life has never been so easy with notable cocktail bars such as Bourbon & Branch, Resolute Wine Bar and Zombie Village Tiki Bar surrounding the area. Delicious conveniences make San Francisco urban living a huge perk.
Building FactsYear Built: 1928
Residential Units: 79