With impeccable finishes throughout, it is truly a showcase property. Boasting over 1000 sqft of exclusive outdoor space, the highlight is an expansive roofdeck with sweeping views of downtown and the Bay Bridge. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room provide a front row seat for iconic views of the Transamerica Building and downtown San Francisco. This boutique building of just 13 residences was designed by renowned architect Albert Pissis. Originally a hotel and home to the infamous Ernie’s Restaurant, Alfred Hitchcock chose to feature the building in his classic film, Vertigo. The property was converted to luxury condominiums in 2008. Located in the historic Jackson Square District of San Francisco, some of the city’s best restaurants, including Bix, Kokkari, and Cotogna, are right outside your door.