Jackson Square Lofts at 845 Montgomery Street

The Jackson Square is a beautifully renovated historic brick building located in the Jackson Square neighborhood of San Francisco's downtown Financial District.  Originally a hotel, the building at 845 Montgomery Street has served a variety of purposes over the years, including a restaurant, which was featured in Alfred Hitchcock's movie Vertigo.  It is now home to 13 luxurious condominiums in which elements of the old building have been thoughtfully integrated with modern design.

Condos at 845 Montgomery Street are beautifully designed with nine separate floor plans, ranging from loft-style units to multi-floor penthouse homes with large terraces and lovely city views.  Amenities for the condos in The Jackson Square include hardwood flooring and sleek, high-end kitchens with custom cabinetry and top of the line appliances.

Lofts for sale at 845 Montgomery St, San Francisco (Jackson Square Loft)

Jackson Square Lofts at 845 Montgomery Street for Sale, SF July 4, 2020
3
Listed
80
Avg. DOM
$1,550.03
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,498,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$1,475,000
Subdivision: Financial District/B
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,044
Sq.Ft.
1911
Year Built
37
Days on Site
497943
MLS
Resting in one of the most historical districts of San Francisco, this exquisite BarbaryCoast/Jackson Square residence offers a modern style open floor plan consisting of 2 bedrooms, 2 baths with...
$1,498,000
Subdivision: Financial District/B
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,026
Sq.Ft.
1911
Year Built
55
Days on Site
497981
MLS
The Residences at the Jackson Square represent one of the most exciting historic conversions in recent history. 13 exclusive units in a unique and exceptional Barbary Coast/Jackson Square Historic...
$3,199,000
Subdivision: Financial District/B
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,800
Sq.Ft.
1911
Year Built
150
Days on Site
494596
MLS
The ultimate Jackson Square penthouse, this three-level elegant San Francisco residence offers captivating, panoramic views of the downtown skyline including the Transamerica Pyramid, nearby...

845 Montgomery Square is in the midst of one of San Francisco's historic neighborhoods. Jackson Square still retains a charming aura of the California Gold Rush, which marked the beginnings of San Francisco.  Although the saloons and rough-and-tumble lifestyle that once characterized the neighborhood are long gone, Jackson Square is full of art and antique dealers, restaurants, and interesting shops.

Contact us for more information about The Jackson Square Lofts at 845 Montgomery Street or for additional information regarding lofts for sale in San Francisco as well as East Bay loft listings.

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