916 Pacific sits in fabled Nob Hill on the edge of three equally legendary San Francisco neighborhoods - Russian Hill, North Beach, and Chinatown. Built in 1917, the building balances unique architectural details (including its yellow front door) with modern amenities for its residents.
Perfect Walk and Transit scores mean running errands, commuting to work, and exploring the ample local dining, drinking, and shopping options are a breeze. City Lights Books, Tosca Cafe, and some of the city’s best dim sum options are nearby - not to mention Washington Square Park, with two separate dog-friendly play areas. Downstairs retail spaces include Wong Chong Kee watch repair shop (in business for over 30 years) and Tantara Yoga. Fisherman's Wharf is just down the hill, and Downtown and the Financial District are a quick walk – or even cable car ride – away.
Building FactsYear Built: 1917
Residential Units: 24
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