69 Clementina at 69 Clementina Street

69 Clementina Street is an 18-unit boutique condominium development located on the boundary between Yerba Buena and South Beach.  Designed by the same architectural firm (Ian Birchall + Associates) that designed the luxury condominium building at 3208 Pierce Street in the Marina District, 69 Clementina welcomes residents and visitors with a concrete and glass façade and asymmetrical design that convey a contemporary awareness, which is carried through into the individual units.

From small, single-story, one-bedroom units to the larger bi-level penthouse homes, the condos in 69 Clementina feature clever floor plans that maximize the interior volume, offering an open spaciousness coupled with cozy nooks that provide a sense of intimacy.  Hardwood flooring along with state of the art kitchens with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and custom cabinetry lend the homes in 69 Clementina a sleek, contemporary sophistication.  Each unit has a patio or balcony and washer/dryer hookups; and many, but not all, units have deeded parking and views of San Francisco.

The challenging site upon which 69 Clementina was built (it is next to a freeway off ramp) can be an advantage to commuters who use I-80 and the Bay Bridge.  With the freeway on/off ramps beginning and ending just a block away, access to the East Bay couldn't be easier.  Public transportation is handy, and access to all the shopping, dining, museums, and vibrant nightlife that SoMa, Yerba Buena, and South Beach have to offer is all within easy walking distance.

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