Exterior photograph of Union House in the daylight
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Union House

Union House

1515 Union Street

The Union House luxury building represents a drawing inspiration from an earlier era. Designed by Handel Architects, it combines grand architecture with sophisticated interiors in San Francisco’s most desirable enclave. Union House is also one of the few housing developments in the northern part of San Francisco.

The exterior façade’s warm tones and details complement the clean lines and the fine structure of the building. The Union House offers a stone-panel and bronze contemporary facade. A building with a personality that evokes luxury and modernism. Inspired by European luxury boutiques, the entrance and lobby offer a warm welcome to The Union House residences.

Each expansive residence at Union House marries classic details, modern styling, and finishes of the finest quality, resulting in a collection of rare and generously proportioned residences. The 41 distinctive and extraordinary homes are offered in 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom floor plans, multi-level Townhouses, and Penthouses with private roof terraces.

Available Units

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Details & Fees

  • Built in 2020
  • Developers: DM Development
  • 41 Units / 7 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $900 – $1,680 / month

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Press

Union House development balances San Francisco heritage with twenty-first-century modernity (Archello)
DM Development completes construction on $120M Union Street condo project (Sf Business Times).
Union House nearing completion in San Francisco
Rare New Condos on Former Gas Station Coming to Pacific Heights (SF Business Times)
'Eyesore' to 'elegance': Marina luxury condos going up on former Chevron station sites (SF Business Times)

By the numbers

Neighborhood

Cow Hollow is an ideally-located neighborhood that is surrounded by equally enjoyable and stately communities such as Marina District, Union Street, Pacific Heights, and Presidio Heights.

The neighborhood's Walk Score is 94, Transit score is 68, and Bike Score is 70. It is a popular living area among individuals in their late twenties and early thirties as there are numerous places and activities available to its residents. The Livability Score of the area is 76 out of 100. Crime rates are 7% higher than the San Francisco average and cost of living is 36% higher. Additionally, real estate prices are 69% higher than the San Francisco average.

Options for entertainment include stylish fashion boutiques for shopping, upscale salons, fitness centers for personal health and care, and sumptuous restaurants and lounges. Cow Hollow has a diverse gastronomical selection to choose from that ranges from fine Italian and French dining to flavorful Mexican, Seafood, and American dishes. The neighborhood provides ample benefits and amenities for its residents.