Jackson Tower sits on the corner of Franklin and Jackson Street and stands 12 stories tall. It has a Walk Score of 99.
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Jackson Tower

Jackson Tower

2040 Franklin St

Jackson Tower is a twelve-story structure in the affluent Pacific Heights neighborhood. It has a Walk Score of 99, a Transit Score of 86, and a Bike Score of 74. In terms of sound and noise, it sits with a Sound Score of 62. Nearby schools include Sherman Elementary, Marina Middle School, and Galileo High School. These institutions have a Great Schools rating of 7/10, 6/10, and 8/10 respectively. The residences in Jackson Tower have open floor plans and floor-to-ceiling windows, creating an optimal environment for abundant natural lighting. They are also designed with ample closet space, open kitchen areas, stainless steel appliances, and in-unit dishwashers. Residences are decorated with bamboo flooring throughout the kitchen and living rooms. Residents of Jackson Tower are granted one parking spot with their home and have the option of a second parking spot for $300/month more. Some of the amenities included in Jackson Tower are a skydeck, balconies in select residences, bike storage, immaculate views, and a secure lobby. 

Available Units

Details & Fees

  • Built in 1966
  • 81 Units / 12 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $922 / month

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Neighborhood

As indicated by its name, Pacific Heights is a swanky neighborhood that sits at one of the highest points in San Francisco. It is as prestigious as the many lavish neighborhoods surrounding it: Cow Hollow, Presidio Heights, and Union Street. It contains numerous choices for entertainment, such as parks, outdoor activities, restaurants, bars, and lounges. The homes of Pacific Heights are luxurious and grand, styled after French and Spanish designs that qualify as mansions in many aspects. The selection of food and dining includes American, Italian, Seafood and Barbecue, and a variety of cultural cuisines. Lafayette Park and Alta Plaza Park, which sit near Lower Pacific Heights, provide spacious, grass-covered hills, views of the Bay, and a perfect place for either an afternoon lunch or a refreshing outing. It also has popular landmarks such as the Haas-Lilienthal House and Mrs. Doubtfire’s house. Pacific Heights is a popular living location among individuals in their mid-thirties.