Located in Pacific Heights – if only by a couple dozen feet, The Washingtonian is the newest condominium building in Pacific Heights.
1840 Washington original sales by the developer are completed. If you’d like to keep track of this building, we suggest following our Pacific Heights homes and condos page on our San Francisco Real Estate blog and website.
Located at 1840 Washington St., it is between Franklin and Van Ness Ave. Washington Street, on this block, is a one way street that runs from Franklin towards Van Ness (from west to east).
According to the building website, the development will feature 26 homes. There are four homes per level on floors two – seven, and the eighth floor penthouse level features two homes.
The Washingtonian consists primarily of two bedroom homes, with 18 of the 26 homes having two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There are 6 one bedroom homes (one per floor, floors two – seven) and two homes that have three bedrooms and three bathrooms (the two penthouse homes).
The finishes are pretty much what you’d expect for a new luxury condo in San Francisco -Studio Becker cabinets (like The Infinity, One Rincon Hill, etc.) Ceaserstone countertops, stainless steel appliances, gas cooktops and ovens, and hardwood floors.
Building amenities are on the light side when compared to luxury buildings like The Millennium, but there is a rooftop deck that will probably have some nice views.
It is located pretty much directly across from the Academy of Art School of Industrial Design (as well as their completely random collection of historic automobiles).
According to the developer’s website, there is 1 car parking for each home, and it is described on their site as “deeded” – but until I see a title report I can’t verify that very specific, legal, and particular description of the parking spots. (not that I have any reason to doubt them, I just like to see things with my own eyes when it comes to parking spots in San Franicsco).
All in all, it looks to be a nicely done building.
I have no official word on pricing or HOA dues. However, given that two bedroom homes next door at 1800 Washington have resold for around $700 per square foot, I’m going to make an educated guess that the developer is aiming for a sales price of around $800/square foot.
Disclaimer: I do not represent the developer of 1840 Washington St. I am not in any way affiliated with the developer or the listing agent. I offer buyers independent representation in new construction across all of San Francisco.
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The listing agent exclusively representing the developer is Callum Hutchins with Sotheby’s Real Estate.