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Your new home awaits! Unit W407 is a delightful, large light filled corner residence with a Southwest corner terrace at the acclaimed Rockwell. Built in 2016, The Rockwell is one of San Francisco’s most highly desirable newer developments with its central location in the heart of the City and fabulous amenities.
The super-chic lobby of the building, with its soaring ceilings, giant skylights and walls of glass looking into the lushly landscaped interior garden, is a wonderfully inviting and dramatic entrance into the complex. Residents and their guests enjoy the exclusive use of a full suite of resort-class amenities including a fully equipped gym, BBQ area, and a fabulous penthouse clubroom with kitchenette and terrace featuring City views, fire-pits and wonderful lounging areas. The ground level community room with kitchenette steps out onto the interior courtyard and is perfect for hosting business conferences or social events.
With it’s strategic location in the midst of one of the City’s most vibrant residential and commercial corridors, this wonderfully urban abode enjoys close proximity to beautiful Lafayette Park, as well as the cultural and entertainment attractions of Civic Center- including the Opera House, Symphony Hall, Ballet & Jazz Centers as well as the Asian Art Museum and the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The trendy shopping and dining attraction of Fillmore and Polk Street are just a short walk away, while the booming world-class tech and finance hubs of FiDi, Mid-Market and SoMa are also a few minutes away. Enjoy a quintessential urban lifestyle with resort-like amenities at the crossroads of the City!
- 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 1 Car Parking
- Includes 3 Rooms with a bright and airy floor plan
- Built-in gas range stove
- Large kitchen island seats 4 comfortably
- World-class amenities with modern common areas include Club Room, Sky Lounge and Sky Terrace, BBQ Area, Lush courtyard with firepit, Gym, and Owners Club with Media room
- 260 Unit building built in 2016
- HOA Dues at $801.00 include water, gas, garbage, grounds maintenance, door-person, security services, insurance, and professional outside management
This elegantly modern residence has a well laid out open floor plan featuring luxuriously contemporary finishes and lovely outlooks towards the swaying Eucalyptus trees outside the windows, and the elegantly designed surrounding buildings. The designer kitchen is outfitted with a large center island, stylish Studio Becker cabinets, Caesar-stone counter-tops and back-splash, Bosch appliances and built-in Thermador fridge. The primary suite features floating Studio Becker double vanity, Duravit sinks, Duravit Sensowash toilet including built-in bidet and Italian porcelain floor and shower tile. The hall bathroom also features floating Studio Becker vanity, Italian porcelain tile, Duravit sink, toilet, and tub with full glass shower enclosure. Balboa collection wide plank hardwood flooring and designer shades throughout the entire unit. All closets have custom built shelving. In-unit laundry, storage unit on first floor, and one deeded parking space are included with this condo.
The Building & The History
The perfect Pacific Heights home, Rockwell takes luxurious living to the next level. Centered around a gorgeous courtyard, the design weaves two 13-story glass and concrete towers into a pair of chiseled historical façades that integrate the building’s glorious past with a beautiful future. Different facets of the building have their own distinct character and individuated design vocabularies. Together—the immaculate, modern residences and artful living spaces offer a rich new standard for stylish city living.
Van Ness Corridor- Several of the City's major cultural and governmental buildings are located in the Van Ness/Civic Center neighborhood, along with the Civic Center Plaza and United Nations Plaza. The United Nations Charter was signed in the Herbst Theatre in 1945, and in 1987 the theater was declared a national historic landmark. Other buildings of note include City Hall, the Supreme Court of California, War Memorial Opera House, Davies Symphony Hall and the Art Institute of California. The area is brimming with history. The Van Ness Corridor (also known as Highway 101) is a veritable smorgasbord of wining and dining, retail, hotel and cultural opportunities. While the neighborhood is mostly commercial, residential properties can be found in high-rise condos, apartments, and even a few single-family homes amidst the low-rise commercial edifices. It is the epicenter for culture and the arts.