1 Hawthorne @ Howard St.
1 Hawthorne Street Unit Ph24a San Francisco, CA 94105
1 Hawthorne Street Unit 10e San Francisco, CA 94105
- Year Built: 2010
- Number of homes: 165
- Parking Type: 24-hour valet parking for some homes; studios and some one-bedroom homes do not have parking.
- Home Sizes: Studios, one-bedroom homes, two-bedroom homes and a small number of three-bedroom homes
- Pets: Allowed, restrictions based on number, size, and type
- Amenities: 4,500 square foot roof terrace on the 26th floor with outdoor grill, seating and dining areas; fitness center; attended lobby
Developer: One Hawthorne LLC, MacFarlane Partners, Jackson Pacific Ventures
Architect: EHDD Architecture
Contractor: Webcor Builders
One Hawthorne is in the heart of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena district. Rising 25 floors at the corner of Hawthorne and Howard (between New Montgomery and 3rd Street), the building provides residents with easy access to public transportation with MUNI and BART a couple of blocks away on Market Street.
Homes range in size from studios (approximately 525-560 square feet), to one bedrooms (approximately 850-950 square feet), to two bedrooms (approximately 1250-1400 square feet) and a small number of three-bedroom penthouse homes (about 1950 square feet).
Standard finishes and features include air conditioning, stainless steel Bosch kitchen appliances, Studio Becker kitchen cabinets, quartzite kitchen countertops and limestone counters in the bathrooms. All homes except studios/junior one-bedrooms have gas ranges, while studio units are equipped with Gaggenau electric ranges. Penthouses have Thermador kitchen appliances and soaking tubs in the bathrooms. Many condos have a balcony or a patio.
A large percentage of the residences have a den/alcove as well.
There are dozens of restaurants ranging from sandwich shops and coffee bars to swanky five-star dining establishments within a few blocks of One Hawthorne. Cultural activities are also within a block or two, with SFMOMA around the corner, and the Contemporary Jewish Museum and the Museum of the African Diaspora just beyond that.