A four story boutique condominium building home to 26 residences. The ground floor features three sidewalk accessible homes, while the second and third stories each have 8 residences and the penthouse level has 7 homes. Floor plans range in size from studio homes to two-bedroom, two-bathroom homes. Parking is available with select homes
Year Built: 2015
Number of homes: 26
Parking Type: garage, available with larger homes
Home Sizes: studio, one and two bedroom homes
Architect: Elevate Architects
Located at the northeast corner of Potrero Hill, and the location is an interesting one. 1001 Seventeenth is immediately across from the elevated portion of I-280. There are, however, genuine efforts to “cut-back” I-280 to a surface street starting at about 16th, so those changes to I-280 (if they someday happen) would absolutely have a substantial impact on value. But let’s also keep that possibility in context – if it happens, it will be at least a decade away and most likely longer.
1001 Seventeenth is also an interesting location without any changes to I-280 because it is immediately adjacent to Mission Bay and the many neighborhood improvements happening in that area, including plans for the upcoming Mariposa Park. It is also a very walkable location to Caltrain and 3rd street light rail.
Currently the building Sold Out but there can be some resale opportunities so contact our team if interested.
1001 Seventeenth for sale listed in the San Francisco MLS are listed below. If no homes are listed then no homes are currently available for sale in the building through the MLS. Please use the learn more form at the bottom of the page if you’d like to be notified of homes that become available either on the MLS or through off-MLS opportunities:
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We are not the listing agents. The developer has selected the fine team of Frank Nolan and Greg Fulford with Vanguard Properties as their exclusive representatives. If you would prefer to forgo independent representation and work directly with the developer’s sales team, here’s a link to the developer’s project website.