288 Pacific is a seven-story mid-rise with two roof terraces and 33 units ranging from studio to two-bedroom apartments.

288 Pacific

720 Battery St

Built in 2018, 288 Pacific is a mid-rise condominium that has 33 units ranging from studio-sized to two-bedroom apartments. Located in the Financial District, the structure has two rooftop terraces, an attended lobby, and secure parking. On average, the studio apartments in 288 Pacific are sized at 400 square feet, while the larger two-bedroom units are about 2,600 square feet. With high ceilings, Italian mid-century inspired furnishings, wide plank floors and fumed oak cabinetry, every home in 288 Pacific is meticulously designed and fashioned to radiate an opulent, lavish, and elegant aura. 

Available Units

UnitBedsBathsPriceInterior Sq FtExterior Sq FtHOA feesFloor plan
3F11$1,258,000593 ft-$1,297/mo-
2E11$895,000392 ft-$1,227/mo-
UnitBedsBathsPriceInterior Sq FtExterior Sq FtHOA feesFloor plan
5B22.5$2,185,0001,729 ft-$1,544/mo-
288 Pacific22.5$2,185,0001,179 ft-$1,561/mo-
5E22.5$2,850,0001,332 ft-$1,545/mo
2A22.5$1,898,0001,261 ft-$1,592/mo

Unavailable Units


Rooftop Terrace
Secure Parking
Lobby Attendant

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2018
  • Developers: Grosvenor and Handel Architects
  • 33 Units / 7 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $1,227 – $1,592 / month

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The Financial District is home to a variety of upscale businesses and, more specifically, all six of San Francisco’s Fortune 500 companies. These companies are Charles Schwab, GAP, McKesson, Wells Fargo, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, and Salesforce. It also contains some of San Francisco’s tallest buildings, such as the Transamerica Pyramid and 101 California Street. Spreading across 294 acres, the Financial District is a hub of luxury and extravagance, holding some of the most prestigious residences in San Francisco. Some of these residences are the Four Seasons Hotel, The Paramount, and the infamous Millennium Tower. Despite its small size on the ground, the entire Financial District provides about 58 million square feet of office space for a total of over 220,000 office workers. In addition to its status as a corporate hub, the district is also home to Tadich Grill, the oldest restaurant in San Francisco.