OneEleven SF is 8 stories tall and resides in SoMa, or South of Market.

OneEleven SF

588 Minna St, San Francisco, CA 94103

OneEleven SF is a condominium that resides in SoMa and boasts lavish design and contemporary architecture. Through both its amenities and its interior appearance, OneEleven SF curates a luxurious experience that is accentuated by a plethora of amenities. These amenities include a rooftop terrace with lounge seating, a barbecue island, dining area, landscaping,  and city skyline views, as well as a package room, bike storage, gated parking, limited electrical vehicle charging, and an exclusive resident lobby. The interiors of the homes in OneEleven SF are opulent and sleek, providing a first-hand experience in class and elegance. The kitchens are decorated with custom designed quartz countertops and white cabinets with porcelain tile backsplash, as well as a stainless steel sink and appliances, under cabinet LED lighting, and washer/dryer hookups. In the main living area the floors are hardwood and in the bedrooms there is comfortable, plush carpeting to soften one’s steps. The bathrooms are equally grand with custom designed floating vanities, quartz countertops, porcelain tile flooring, and warm grey cabinets. Every part of the homes in OneEleven SF are meticulously designed to speak to a sumptuous, stylish way of living.

Available Units

Unit typePrice rangeSq ft
Beds 2 | Baths 2$1,099,000 – $1,398,999981 ft – 1,278 ft
Beds 1 | Baths 1$649,000 – $749,000644 ft – 690 ft

Amenities

Residential Lobby/Collaborative Workspace
Bicycle Storage
Rooftop Terrace
Secure Parking
Electric Vehicle Charging
Package Room
Storage Lockers
Street Level Retail

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2017
  • Developers: Fulton Street Ventures and Z&L Properties
  • 39 Units / 8 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $556 – $856 / month

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Neighborhood

SoMa, otherwise known as South of Market, is close to South Beach, the East Cut, the Financial District, and Potrero Hill. It is a largely warehouse-filled district with numerous museums and exhibits. Some of these museums and attractions are the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and Gardens, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, and the Children’s Creativity Museum. Throughout SoMa there are various high-end dining and lounge locations, with food options ranging from Japanese and American to Italian and Mexican. Along with an extensive variety of eating choices, SoMa also has many clubs and bars that are energetic and entertaining. Additionally, there is a plethora of shopping opportunities, including the well-known San Francisco Flower Market.

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