Modern Living in Historic Jackson Square
A rare opportunity to live in a unique historic building in one of the world's most famous neighborhoods. Designed with luxury living in mind, the Jackson Square has just 13 residences, perched above an elegant boutique shop and nestled among the city's finest restaurants and shops. Built in 1911 by the famous Albert Pissis, the building was entirely renovated behind the historic facade in 2008 into modern, loft-style condominiums. Penthouse #2 is situated on two levels with floor to ceiling windows and doors onto the three outdoor spaces. A hardwood entry leads to two bedrooms and a full bath. Glass doors in the master suite open onto a private balcony. The second level has an open plan kitchen, living and dining room with hardwood flooring and enormous windows and glass doors to the generous balcony looking directly onto the Transamerica Pyramid. The third bedroom and a full bath complete this level. The roof deck is expansive, with views from the Bay Bridge to Russian Hill.