A landmark building at the end of a serene cul-de-sac on the summit of Russian Hill, 945 Green Street is one of San Francisco’s most desirable cooperatives. Built by railroad heir Templeton Crocker in 1928, the building was designed by noted architectural firm Quandt and Bos who also designed 1940 Broadway, 1960 Broadway, and 2555 Larkin Street. Residence #7 encompasses the entire seventh floor offering breathtaking views across the City and Bay from every vantage point.
Entrance to the building is through a secure, classically designed lobby befitting the distinguished exterior. A mahogany-paneled elevator brings you to a private vestibule which opens to a spacious and light-filled floor of living space. Recent renovations are classic and timeless, and include fine hardwood floors, expanded openings between public rooms creating an open and flowing floor plan, high-end lighting and A/V systems and upgraded windows that present an uninterrupted display of San Francisco’s iconic landmarks such as Alcatraz and Angel Island, the Transamerica Building, Coit Tower, and the Bay Bridge.
Spanning approximately 4,000± square feet, the floor plan includes formal living and dining venues as well as a spacious family room and library/office. Personal
accommodations include a luxurious primary suite with glorious views, two full baths, and generous walk-in closets. There are two additional bedrooms, each with its own bath. Amenities at 945 Green Street include large private storage room, covered parking for two vehicles plus a staffed entrance from 7am to midnight, daily. Completing the appeal of this most desirable co-op is its premier location within easy reach of all the City has to offer – shopping and excellent restaurants, entertainment, Lobby cable cars, and charming “stairway streets.”