Crescent Nob Hill
875 California St, San Francisco, CA 94108
Crescent Nob Hill is a luxurious condominium structure that resides in the affluent Nob Hill Neighborhood. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the building provides numerous amenities and services to its residents. Crescent Nob Hill is split into two wings so each corridor on each floor serves no more than four homes. Each wing has a dedicated elevator and all residents have access to a fully-equipped gym. The residences, unique in design and capacious in size, boast of elegance and prosperity. Upon entrance into the foyers, one may find a gallery wall or niche that is excellent for showcasing a collection of art. The kitchens and living rooms present an open concept that is breathable and palatial. Along with custom cabinetry designed by Champalimaud, the kitchens are also completed with Mediterraneo marble countertops and backsplashes. These opulent designs are finished off with a frame integrated suite of appliances.
Beyond the kitchen, residents of Crescent Nob Hill are pleased to bask in the warm, natural lighting provided by oversized, bronze-beveled casement windows. For some fresh air, Crescent Nob Hill has private outdoor spaces with covered loggias and terraces. If residents wish for a change of scenery, they have access to the Skyline Lounge, a rooftop terrace that includes an outdoor kitchen, gas grill, double-sided fireplace, and dining area. Topping off this refreshing, opulent structure, is the Secret Garden, a garden layout designed for residents of Crescent Nob Hill that establishes a space for relaxation.
|Unit type||Price range||Sq ft|
|Beds 2 | Baths 2||$2,049,000 – $4,445,000||1,201 ft – 1,576 ft|
|Beds 1 | Baths 1||$1,195,000 – $1,895,000||647 ft – 1,324 ft|
|Beds 0 | Baths 1||$895,000||641 ft|
Details & Fees
- Built in 2021
- Developers: Grosvenor
- 44 Units / 6 Floors
- Average HOA Fees: $1,583 – $2,200 / month
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Nob Hill is an extravagant neighborhood that borders Chinatown, North Beach, and Russian Hill. Due to its history of being home to wealthy, influential families such as the railroad tycoons who funded the Central Pacific Railroad known as the “Big Four,” the neighborhood is known for its affluent and prestigious housing. Near Nob Hill, one can find numerous attractions, like Union Square, the Dragon Gate in Chinatown, the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum, the SF Masonic Auditorium, Grace Cathedral, the San Francisco Cable Car Museum, and more. Some of the recreational locations available in Nob Hill include Huntington Park, the Betty Ann Ong Recreation Center, and Washington & Hyde mini-park. Gastronomically, options for eating are diverse and delicious, ranging from Sushi and Dim Sum, to Italian and French. Generally, Nob Hill is attractive to individuals in their early-forties.