Built in 2016 in Pacific Heights, the LuXe is a 7 story condominium that is highly sought-after for its contemporary and elegant design.
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The LuXe

The LuXe

1650 Broadway

The LuXe resides in Pacific Heights and stands as a model for contemporary and high-class design. When one takes their first step into the LuXe, they are greeted by a grand, two-story lobby with reception desk services. With access to both secure parking and, in select units, immaculate views that range from the Golden Gate Bridge to the downtown, this structure is a desirable and delightful place of living. The interiors of the residences in the LuXe are a pinnacle of modern opulence, from the sleek design of the kitchens to the noble appearance of the bathrooms. In the custom designed Studio Becker kitchen, one will find CaesarStone quartz countertops and numerous high-end additions like Thermador appliances, Subzero refrigerators, and Subzero or Uline wine coolers. Similarly, the bathrooms are adorned with a custom Studio Becker vanity, Italian porcelain tiles, frameless glass shower enclosures, and, in some cases, a free-standing Victoria & Albert tub. The penthouse of the LuXe is even more sumptuous. It boasts a modern frameless gas fireplace, custom millwork for a TV and AV wall, walk-in pantry, custom closet for the master bedroom, and a spa-like master bathroom decorated with Calacatta marble. In both service and design, the LuXe stands with an earned status of elegance and luxury. 

Available Units

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2016
  • Developers: Belrich Partners LLC and Edmonds & Lee Architects
  • 34 Units / 7 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $1,096 – $1,190 / 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.

Pacific Heights has a Walk Score of 97, a Transit Score of 80, and a Bike score of 66. It is considered the 30th most walkable neighborhood in San Francisco. Pacific Heights has a Livability Score of 80 out of 100. It's crime rates are 35% lower than the San Francisco average. Furthermore, the cost of living in the neighborhood is 42% higher than the San Francisco average and real estate prices are 80% higher than the San Francisco average.

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