The Palace at Washington Square
19 luxury condos across from iconic Washington Square in the heart of the North Beach neighborhood, a rare location to find new construction. Homes will occupy the top four of the five floors in the mid-rise building, with a ground floor restaurant space that is approximately 4,700 square feet in total.
Quick Facts About The Palace at Washington Square:
- Under Construction
- Initial plans show the building will have 27 parking spaces. We’re presuming that each unit will have one parking space and that the remaining eight spaces will be used by the restaurant or perhaps a car-sharing service. We’ll update this page when more information becomes available.
- 15 with two bedrooms, 2 with one bedroom, and 2 with three bedrooms
- Allowed per CC&Rs
- North Beach!
- Joel Campos
- West Builders
- Holt Hinshaw Architects
North Beach Neighborhood
1731 Powell @ Columbus Ave.
SFAR MLS subdistrict: North Beach 8D
MLS Listed Homes for Sale at The Palace at Washington Square
Not yet! Until then, here are some nearby listed North Beach neighborhood homes:
More About The Palace at 1731 Powell
Overview of The Palace at Washington Square
After the Pagoda Theater sat empty on this site for 20 years, it was torn down in 2013 and will be replaced with 19 residential housing units — 15 with two bedrooms, two with one bedroom, and two with three bedrooms. The condos will occupy the top four of five floors, over a ground floor restaurant that will be approximately 4,700 square feet.
The Palace at Washington Square Construction Schedule
The crumbling Pagoda Theater was demolished in 2013 and the site was used by SFMTA to extract the machines used to bore the tunnel for the Central Subway. Construction is underway and the new building is expected to be complete in 2017.
Pricing for The Palace at Washington Square
Unannounced at this time. Pricing is typically the very last item that a developer decides upon, so we don’t expect to have this information until the sales office opens.
Amenities and Finishes for The Palace at Washington Square
The early buzz is that this will be a luxury building with very high-end finishes; we’ll update this page as details are released. Some homes will have private decks and there will be a shared roof deck for residents.
Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
The developer has paid an in-lieu fee to the city to satisfy the inclusionary housing requirements.
Unknown at this time. We’ll update this page as soon as that information becomes available.