1788 Clay St
Located on the corner of Clay Street and Van Ness Avenue, the Marlow is a phenomenal place to live that puts residents near restaurants, boutiques, shops, lounges, and bars. Some of the amenities available to residents include a private mini-park and outdoor lounge, secure parking and doorman, and street level retail. Standing 8 stories tall and holding 98 units, the Marlow boasts an affluent and grand experience for all its residents. It offers a variety of 1 and 2 bedroom condominium units, as well as 3 bedroom townhomes that are capacious and accommodating. The Marlow is conveniently located, as within 0.5 mile there is a shopping center, and within 3.0 miles there are five parks for residents to visit.
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- Built in 2014
- 98 Units / 8 Floors
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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.