With large windows and open layouts, the homes in the Blanc are sleek, modern, and spacious.
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Blanc

Blanc

1080 Sutter St

Blanc, standing eight stories tall in lower Nob Hill, is a splendid place of living that resides just steps away from Union Square and downtown San Francisco. With open kitchen and living room concepts, homes are contemporarily designed and classic in architectural style. Residents of the Blanc have access to public transit that is merely blocks away, along with other amenities such as a rooftop terrace with a barbecue and entertainment spaces, gated parking, and bicycle storage. Each home in the Blanc is designed with hardwood floors, Silestone quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, custom designed cabinetry, walk-in closets, and expansive windows through which brilliant natural lighting may shine. The location of the Blanc is ideal for shopping and enjoyment, as the structure is surrounded by many modes of entertainment that range from boutiques and chic apparel to restaurants, bars, and lounges.

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2013
  • Developers: JS Sullivan
  • 35 Units / 8 Floors

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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.

The area is considered the 9th most walkable neighborhood in San Francisco, with a Walk Score of 99. It has a Transit Score of 96 and a Bike Score of 63. Nob Hill has a Livability Score of 69, which could be considered average. Crime rates are 32% lower than average and cost of living is 3% than average in San Francisco.

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.