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a sophisticated boutique building

In Jackson Square

733 FRONT STREET | JACKSON SQUARE

A sophisticated boutique building, built on the frame of an old warehouse. Rising 7-floors above the streets northern waterfront, this collection of 69 units was designed for those who seek luxury, privacy, and convenience in a unique urban setting. Designer finishes and quality appointments from Jenn-Air, Bosch, Schuller and Danze blend to create interiors as exquisite as the surrounding neighborhood. Amenities include a recently remodeled front lobby, fitness center and spacious indoor/outdoor sky deck with panoramic views of the City skyline and Bay, including views of Coit Tower, Bay Bridge, Ferry Building, Syndey Walton Park, Transamerica Pyramid and the Embarcadero Center. Life at 733 Front puts you just a few steps from the Ferry Building and its famous farmer’s market, The Battery and at the junction of several of San Francisco’s most cherished neighborhoods, including North Beach and Telegraph Hill. Lovely Sydney Walton Park is just across Front Street, and close by are some of the city’s finest restaurants, cafes and fine retail shops, making this historical neighborhood eminently livable and absolutely irresistible.

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REFINED, HISTORIC, LIVEABLE

One of San Francisco’s most architecturally rich and historically picturesque neighborhoods, Jackson Square is also one of the city’s best-kept secrets. Long known for its unique mix of antique stores and design studios, over time Jackson Square has seen world-class restaurants and high-end retail boutiques open in the ground floors of classic brick buildings. Today it is San Francisco’s most style-forward dining and shopping district, emblematic of both past and present.

Life at 733 Front is life at the city’s beating heart. Think expansive views, celebrated restaurants, walkability to Union Square, North Beach, China Town and the Financial District. Imagine taking in remnants of the past while traversing streets built over old sailing vessels left empty when their sailors fled to join the 1849 Gold Rush. Savor the proximity of the Embarcadero and Ferry Building Marketplace with its farmer’s market, fresh-baked reads, artisan cheeses, and local fish.

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