238 Olive at 238 Olive Street

238 Olive is a new, upscale condominium development in the Van Ness / Civic Center neighborhood of San Francisco, not far from other luxury complexes including the Mint Collection at 410 Jessie and Marquee Lofts.  What sets 238 Olive apart from other high-end condominium developments in downtown San Francisco is its state of the art technology, which includes a dedicated solar power system for each unit. 

In addition to the exclusive solar power system attached to each of the eight 2-bedroom, 2-bath units at 238 Olive Street, each condo is finished with high-end details featuring hardwood floors, the latest in surround sound, floor-to-ceiling windows, private balconies, and European style kitchens with stainless steel appliances, designer lighting, and solid Caesarstone countertops.  Residents of 238 Olive enjoy the use of a rooftop terrace, two entrances for each home, and deeded parking.

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238 Olive Street is in one of San Francisco's most convenient neighborhoods.  It's Cathedral Hill / Civic Center address puts it just blocks away from the Van Ness performing arts district, Hayes Valley, and the Civic Center.  238 Olive is within walking distance of dining, shopping, entertainment, nightlife, and public transportation.

Contact a member of the San Francisco Modern Team for more information about the solar condominiums, 238 Olive at 238 Olive Street or to find out more about lofts for sale in San Francisco.

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