The rooftop terrace of The Austin has lounge seating, gas firepits, and panoramic views that are sure to make a good night a great night for anyone.

The Austin

1545 Pine St, San Francisco, CA 94109

Near the Regency Ballroom, Cathedral Hill and Opera Plaza, The Austin is as elegant and luxurious as the affluent neighborhood in which it resides. Standing 12 floors high in Lower Nob Hill, The Austin is a condominium complex that cherishes city views and an immaculate contemporary aesthetic with regards to design. Down the street from The Austin, one can find San Francisco City Hall and the rest of Civic Center. Some amenities of the Austin include a concierge, rooftop with gas fire pits and city views, collaborative workspace that acts as a lobby with an open air courtyard, and a dog washing station. Homes in The Austin have large windows for natural lighting and natural colors for a comfortable and warm residential experience.

Available Units

Unit typePrice rangeSq ft
Beds 1 | Baths 1$775,000 – $848,999536 ft – 738 ft
Beds 2 | Baths 2$1,445,000 – $1,590,0001,131 ft – 1,401 ft

Amenities

Roof Terrace with fire pits and lounge seating
Lobby Attendant
Residential Lobby/Collaborative Workspace
Dog Wash
Cat/Dog Friendly

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2016
  • Developers: Pacific Eagle Holdings
  • 100 Units / 12 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $770 – $1,212 / month

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Neighborhood

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. 

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