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25 Hotaling Place in historic Jackson Square offers an unforgettable mixture of Gold Rush-era tradition, custom craftsmanship and modern luxury, all at the intersection of four of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhoods- North Beach, the Financial District, Chinatown and the Embarcadero Waterfront. Intimate cafes, sophisticated restaurants and colorful bars are just steps away, and the city's spectacular waterfront is within three blocks. Top-floor Apt. B is a two-level one-bedroom, two-bath residence that has been exquisitely remodeled and furnished by Deniece Duscheone Design and showcased in multiple design publications.
• Exposed original brick interior walls
• Soaring ceilings ranging from 11'3" on the main level to 10' on the bedroom level
• Brazilian teak hardwood flooring
• Custom cabinetry and millwork
• Granite countertops, limestone baths, Villeroy & Boch fixtures
• Professional appliances including Sub-Zero, Wolf gas cooktop and electric oven, retractable Broan hood, Bosch ultra-quiet dishwasher
• Individual HVAC unit
• Full-size, in-unit washer and dryer
• Passenger elevator servicing all building levels, including the roof
• Common area view roof deck with barbeque
• Private, assigned storage locker and bicycle racks for common use on lower level
Hotaling Place is a little street with an authentic past. Originally called Jones Alley, the small street that runs between Jackson and Washington Streets started life as an alley servicing the warehouses of old San Francisco's burgeoning waterfront. In the early 20th century it was given its present name, Hotaling Place, commemorating one of the Gold Rush era's most successful entrepreneurs.
25 Hotaling Place has enjoyed an illustrious past as a bathhouse, saloon, warehouse and denim factory. In 2006 the property underwent a total renovation, complete with seismic retrofit. Developed by Tanstaafl 2 LLC and designed by Architecture + Art Collaborative, Inc., today the building is home to nine custom-designed residences in which modern materials merge with period details to create well-appointed and luxurious interiors intimately tied to the city's history.
The residences at 25 Hotaling Place celebrate their Barbary Coast origins by creating a balance between historic elements and contemporary materials. The original entry door as been rehabilitated and encapsulated in a new mahogany frame. The lobby railing incorporates original masonry ties. Original timbers and reclaimed bricks have been re-used throughout. The undulating lobby wall is a nod to a time when the buildings along Hotaling Place dotted the San Francisco shoreline. Limestone used throughout the project contains shells and artifacts of the sea. Leased parking is available in nearby neighborhood garages.