An Eichler-designed building from the 1960's that doesn't meet our definition of modern, was vehemently opposed by the neighborhood at the time of construction, and is now highly coveted for its incredible views and "mid-century modern" architecture. 999 Green is also notable for its contribution to ending skyscraper growth on the north side of SF.
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Developed by Joseph Eichler (the man was ahead of his time in many ways, he deserves credit and praise for resigning from the National Association of Home Builders when they refused to support a non-discrimination policy in 1958) and completed in 1964 (per San Francisco county tax records), The Summit at 999 Green St. is perched atop Russian Hill and offers some of the most spectacular San Francisco Bay, downtown skyline, and Golden Gate Bridge views that money can buy in San Francisco. And while we can talk about amenities and location, the appeal of this building has always been and probably always will be the spectacular views.
999 Green St. in SF has about 100 residential condo homes on 20 floors above six levels of parking, and homes range in size from roughly 900 square feet to just shy of 2,000 square feet. The home layouts feature an open space living plan and small walkout decks. The building consists primarily of one and two bedroom condominiums, although the rare three bedroom condominium sometime pops up on the market for sale.
The most expensive condo to sell in the building (as of April 2017 – reported in the San Francisco multiple listing service) was a combination of 3 residences: 2801, 2803 & 2805. Listed for $6,850,000 it closed for $6,847,900 in March of 2017.