605 Jones is a welcoming and amenity-filled fixture of one of San Francisco’s great neighborhoods. This four-story building has occupied the corner of Geary and Jones in Lower Nob Hill since 1908, when it was constructed as part of the citywide rebuild after the 1906 earthquake.
With its stately gray exterior, accented with sharp white ornamentation and a wrought-iron black gate, 605 Jones stands out on its block. Residents love its elevator and other contemporary conveniences, as well as its prime location: located just three blocks from Union Square and its department stores, boutiques, and other shopping staples, 605 Jones is surrounded by some of San Francisco’s best. Nearby restaurant and bar favorites include Liholiho Yacht Club and Bourbon & Branch, with Sergeant John McCauley Park and Boedekker Park offering green space for dog walking and recreation.
Ample public transportation options, fantastic walkability, and plenty of bike lanes make 605 Jones the perfect launchpad for commuters and adventurers. Downtown and Financial District offices, BART stations, and Muni hubs are just a short journey away; when the workday is done, listen to favorites of all genres play live at Great American Music Hall or August Hall, enjoy Polk Street nightlife, or explore elegant Nob Hill.
Building FactsYear Built: 1908
Residential Units: 32
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