The Royal Exchange Insurance Building is an historic San Francisco Landmark. This unique building was the first commercial building completed downtown after the 1906 earthquake. In 2006, it was converted to condominiums. The brick and stone facade remain unchanged. Much of the marble was imported from Milan, Italy. Marble staircases are still in use between floors. There is a gorgeous common roof terrace with mature flowering and edible plants, seating and lounging areas. This tenth floor unit is in the rear of the building, and has excellent sunlight. The original warehouse style bay windows are an historic part of this unit.
A dream setting. San Francisco living at it's BEST.
This unit is approximately 600 square feet and is a perfect retreat from your average downtown hotel. The home is crisp and clean, and offers amenities a hotel cannot provide.
Keywords: Sophisticated and Stylish Corporate Condominium. Privately owned and managed
I live and work in San Francisco and love the feel of being in the center on it all!
This is a prime location in San Francisco's Financial District. Plushly furnished for your long term stay in the Bay Area. Ideal for corporate renters.
Close to Chinatown, North Beach, Embarcadero, Ferry Plaza, Union Square restaurants, cafes, shopping, theater, businesses, banks......everything at your fingertips for work or play. Views of downtown buildings and terraces. Roof terrace offers Blue Angel sightings