The Monarch condos are fitted with large windows that allow for unobstructed Bay views and natural lighting, as well as hardwood flooring throughout the kitchen and living area.

The Monarch

51 Innes Court

The Monarch is a luxury condominium that exists as two four-story buildings in Hunter’s Point. The interiors are decorated with large windows that capitalize on natural lighting and view, as well as hardwood flooring and in-unit A/C and heaters. The kitchens are equipped with quartz countertops with Emser glass mosaic tile backsplashes, modern European-style cabinetry, stainless steel kitchen appliances and sinks, and dimmable LED recessed lighting. In the bathrooms, one will find Livingstone bathroom countertops, the same cabinetry as the kitchens, Daltile flooring in owners suite bathrooms and Porcelanosa flooring in secondary bathrooms, vanity lighting, and an elongated porcelain toilet. Some of the amenities offered at the Monarch include in-unit laundry, private balconies and terraces for select homes, an outdoor terrace with a gas barbecue and fire pit, and 1-car parking in a shared garage.

Available Units

UnitBedsBathsPriceInterior Sq FtExterior Sq FtHOA feesFloor plan
31222$829,0001,080 ft-$682/mo-
UnitBedsBathsPriceInterior Sq FtExterior Sq FtHOA feesFloor plan
40232$949,0001,478 ft-$787/mo-
UnitBedsBathsPriceInterior Sq FtExterior Sq FtHOA feesFloor plan
40652$1,198,0001,566 ft-$760/mo-


Outdoor Terrace with BBQ and Firepit
Balconies (select residences)
Garage Parking

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2016
  • Developers: Five Point Communities
  • 36 Units / 4 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $682 – $787 / month

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Attractive Neighborhood Features:

  • Historically industrial area, with some of the best weather in the city and close proximity to the Candlestick Point State Recreation Area
  • Bordered by beautiful neighborhoods like Potrero Hill, Bernal Heights and Portola Valley
  • Rife with community activism, youth and environmentally focused endeavors including the Quesada Gardens Initiative and the EcoCenter at Herod’s Head Park