798 Post is seven stories of Lower Nob Hill elegance, impeccably situated for enjoying the neighborhood and all of San Francisco. Built in 1913 and full of unique design elements, this beautiful building is perfect for commuters or anyone looking to explore the best of the City.
A true standout on the corner of Post and Leavenworth, 798 Post is home to a distinctive façade that melds brick with other ornamental touches – a popular spot to film commercials and TV, it also makes a cameo in Sean Penn’s film Milk. Behind a wrought iron gate is a stunning lobby with a softly arched ceiling, rich stonework, and a curved marble staircase. Historic charm is complemented by modern amenities, with residents enjoying on-site laundry, elevator access, and more.
This Walker and Rider’s Paradise means excellent accessibility to premier bars, restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. Options include across-the-street neighbor and cocktail haven The Royale, which hosts jazz on weekends, and fine dining favorite Liholiho Yacht Club around the corner. Union Square, Downtown, and the Financial District are accessible on foot from 798 Post, with convenient proximity to BART and Muni stops and Van Ness tech shuttle pick-ups for commuters. Dog-walkers and activity seekers can find green and recreational space at nearby Huntington Park, Boeddeker Park, and O’Farrell-Larkin Mini Park.
Building FactsYear Built: 1913
Residential Units: 46
Neighborhood: Lower Nob Hill