Completed in 2018, The Palace at Washington Square is home to 19 residences at 1731 Powell in the heart of North Beach. Homes 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.
Home sizes at The Palace at Washington Square are primarily two-bedroom homes, but there are several one-bedroom homes and some larger penthouse homes as well.
Building amenities include a fitness center, rooftop deck with bbq, fire pits, and three seating areas. Luxury grade appliances and finishes. Some homes have private decks and there is a shared roof deck with bbq.
1731 Powell Street,
San Francisco, CA 94133
Are you looking for a picturesque SF neighborhood with culture, walkability, amazing nightlife, big views and some of the most favorite San Francisco landmarks? If that doesn't sound like enough top it off with the best Italian food in town. Look no further than North Beach. This neighborhood is sure to check off every box on your list of most desired criteria.
North Beach is a buzzing residential neighborhood in San Francisco bordered by the waterfront, Russian Hill, Telegraph Hill and Nob Hill with Chinatown and Financial District not too far away. The neighborhood is known for its Italian influence though like the rest of San Francisco, it is occupied by a diverse group of residents. Locals and tourists alike are attracted to the top-notch dining options in the area. Walk pass Mama’s and you’ll find a line forming around the corner on any given day. Tony’s Pizza, Original Joe’s, Golden Boy Pizza and the list goes on when it comes to crowd pleasers in the area.
Nightlife and boutiques are plentiful in North Beach and so are major attractions like Coit Tower, Washington Square Park and Saints Peter and Paul Church. For locals, great schools, walking distance to Trader Joe’s and Safeway, easy public transportation to downtown are all reasons to want to call this North Beach home. Fun fact #1: North Beach got its name because it used to be a beach back in the day. It was one of the first neighborhoods to be developed in San Francisco. If you look at photos of homes back in the day, you’d see sand on the doorsteps of people’s homes. Fun Fact #2: Baseball legend Joe DiMaggio grew up in North Beach and went back to live in the neighborhood with his wife Marilyn Monroe in the 1950s.