814 California sits on the edge of San Francisco’s historic Nob Hill and Chinatown neighborhoods. Nestled between the storied Ritz Carlton, Fairmont, and Mark Hopkins hotels, 814 California’s perfect Walk and Transit scores mean easy access to both neighborhood and citywide delights – including the Financial District, Lower Nob Hill, and North Beach – for its residents.
Built in 1913, 814 California is welcoming and bright. One side of the building exhibits a mural depicting the iconic San Francisco cable car, courtesy of local street artist Satyr. Inside amenities include on-site laundry facilities, hardwood floors, and an airy, open floor plan.
Commuting from 814 California is easy, with ample BART and Muni options just blocks away. The storied Top of the Mark and tiki-themed Tonga Room are just two of the nearby neighborhood staples, surrounded by delicious restaurants new and old, Chinatown dim sum, multiple parks (including dog-friendly Huntington Park, Willie “Woo Woo” Wong Park, and St. Mary’s Square), and postcard-worthy views.
Building FactsYear Built: 1913
Residential Units: 21