737 Pine is a community-oriented, Spanish-style wonder in iconic Nob Hill. Behind a black and gold-painted gate is an exquisite lobby with elaborate Spanish mosaic tile, individually painted doors, and a golden tiled ceiling – it’s no surprise that it is rumored to have been designed by one of the interior designers of Hearst Castle.
Built circa 1929, most of 737 Pine’s units offer plentiful amenities: spacious layouts, hardwood floors, modern, energy-efficient appliances, and more. Myriad windows bring extensive natural light. The building is pet-friendly, with access to an elevator and on-site laundry.
737 Pine is conveniently located blocks from downtown’s BART and Muni stations – residents who feel like playing tourist can even take the famous Powell and California cable car lines that stop one block away. Inherently walkable, Union Square, the Financial District, and Chinatown are just a short walk from 737 Pine. Nearby neighborhood landmarks include Grace Cathedral and Huntington Park, plus some of Nob Hill’s best bars, restaurants, and boutiques, including the tiki-themed mainstay Tonga Room and the wood-fired pizzas at Del Popolo.
Building FactsYear Built: 1929
Residential Units: 40