The Crimson, similar to the neighborhood it sits in, values a light, natural atmosphere with open concepts and ample lighting.

The Crimson

1490 Ocean Ave

The Crimson, located in the historic Westwood Park, is a luxury mid-rise condominium that was built in 2017. It has 15 units and stands four stories tall. The residences in the Crimson are adorned with premium appliances, modern interiors, hardwood oak flooring, and smart features. It has a Walk Score of 91, a Transit Score of 79, and a Bike Score of 75. Some of the amenities offered at the Crimson include balconies, a roof deck with a fire-pit and barbecue, electric  vehicle charging, a fitness center, and one-car parking. The structure has a medium rating for noise levels and is located near several shopping and restaurant options, including a Whole Foods. 

Available Units

UnitBedsBathsPriceInterior Sq FtExterior Sq FtHOA feesFloor plan
20232$1,190,0001,336 ft-$797/mo-


Pet Friendly
Rooftop Terrace
Bicycle Storage
Outdoor Lounge
Spa Suite
Street Level Retail
Fitness Center
EV Chargers
On-site Parking

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2017
  • 15 Units / 4 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $797 / month

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Westwood Park, located near the City College of San Francisco, bordered by Balboa Bark, Westwood Highlands, and Ingleside, is a historic neighborhood that was originally considered a “model community.” Specifically, the neighborhood was referred to in 1923 as “a model of the modern American home community,” When the neighborhood was developed in the early 1900s, it was mainly with Mediterranean style bungalows. Westwood Park’s Walk Score, Transit Score, and Bike Score, are 84, 77, and 68 respectively. The reasoning behind the name of Westwood Park can be tied to its location on the west side of the peninsula as well as the tall eucalyptus trees in the area. The neighborhood is the only Residential Character District in San Francisco, meaning that there are regulated expectations pertaining to the “character” and design of the developed zone.