The residences at One Hawthorne boast immaculate views from sunrise to sunset, large windows and expansive room design only adding to the quality.
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One Hawthorne

One Hawthorne

1 Hawthorne St

One Hawthorne, a luxury condominium high-rise located in the Yerba Buena neighborhood, stands 25 stories tall and holds over 150 residential units. Some of the amenities offered at One Hawthorne include a roof deck, fitness center, 24/7 attended lobby, 24/7 valet service, garage parking, electric vehicle charging, bike storage, and a fitness center. The structure is cat and dog friendly (with weight restrictions) and also has three high speed elevators. The interiors of One Hawthorne are opulent and lush, elevating the living experience for any and all residents of the structure. The residences utilize commercial-grade windows to provide bountiful lighting, with rift-cut white oak entry doors and surround to complete the lavish aesthetic. The kitchens are adorned with stainless steel Bosch appliances and the bathrooms are equipped with Italian porcelain-tiled shower-over-bath designs. The location has a Walk Score of 96, a Transit Score of 100, and a Bike Score of 83. Furthermore, it has a Sound Score of 65 and a Livability Score of 63. The crime rates in the surrounding area are 20% lower than the San Francisco average and the cost of living is 11% lower than the San Francisco Average. 

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Details & Fees

  • Built in 2010
  • Developers: One Hawthorne LLC, MacFarlane Partners, Jackson Pacific Ventures
  • 165 Units / 25 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $834 – $1,463 / month

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Neighborhood

Yerba Buena is a culture center that is home to diverse art, music, food, and entertainment. Surrounding the Yerba Buena Gardens and Center for the Arts, the neighborhood is filled with various high-rises, restaurants, and museums. Some of the cultural attractions in the Yerba Buena quarter include: the Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Children’s Creativity Museum, Contemporary Jewish Museum, and 111 Minna Gallery.

The area has a Livability Score of 63 out of 100, and crime rates are about 20% lower than average. Cost of Living in the area is 11% lower than the San Francisco average and real estate prices are 24% lower.

Gastronomically, residents and visitors of Yerba Buena have access to many different cuisines and flavors, including but not limited to Indian, Middle Eastern, Korean, and Mexican cuisines. Aside from arts, food, and entertainment, there are also shopping options that range from chic apparel and accessories, to sporting goods and athletic wear. Well-known high-rises that sit in Yerba Buena include Four Seasons Private Residences and the Paramount.