Hayes Valley is the pulsing heart of elevated city living. That includes shopping, culture, recreation, dining, nightlife, and, of course, the homes in which the upscale neighborhood’s residents do their residing. A luxury 6-story building, 388 Fulton fits right in while standing out with a unique black tile exterior by David Baker Architects and designer interiors by Hayes Valley’s own Charles de Lisle.
De Lisle’s sartorial design shines in this spacious unit with wide plank European Oak flooring, Caesarstone counters, and ultra-upscale appliances integrated with custom cabinetry for a seamless finish. Bertazzoni stove, Blomberg fridge, built-in dishwasher, stackable Bosch washer/dryer in laundry closet. West-facing floor-to-ceiling windows offer an abundance of natural light. Come golden hour, a dreamy glow saturates the interior; you’ll soon find yourself adding “basking” to your ever-growing list of pandemic hobbies.
Building amenities make it easy to indulge a whole host of activities, even if that activity is finding a quiet place to escape or get some work done. Take advantage of the panoramic rooftop for al fresco dinners or game day gatherings. The fully-equipped terrace includes a BBQ, fire pit, and outdoor screening area. The lush courtyard sets a peaceful scene for reading, wandering, or relaxing. When you need to put your head down on a project, head to the styled work lounge or set up shop in any of the common areas – they are all equipped with WiFi. Other modern amenities include cyber entry, a bike workstation and assigned bike storage, automated trash chutes on each floor with separate buttons for trash, recycling, and compost, and boutique retail shops. Did we mention cult favorite eateries Johnny’s Donuts and Robin omakase are just outside the front door?
A sunny enclave in the heart of San Francisco, Hayes Valley has evolved into a mecca for upscale shopping and internationally-inspired cuisine. The neighboring arts circle, home to Nourse Theater, SF Jazz Center, and Davies Symphony Hall, keeps restaurants and cafes packed and tourists flock to the area’s many curated boutiques in search of limited-edition designer pieces, quirky art, and unbeatable vintage finds.
Despite its rapid ascent to hipville, Hayes Valley has managed to maintain its sense of community. Restaurants range from casual bites to fine dining, with pop-up food trucks and craft beer gardens enhancing the communal feel. Proxy hosts a year-round calendar of engaging cultural events. For a more relaxing vibe, head to the Page and Laguna mini park. You’ll find a beautiful garden space perfect for relaxing.
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