Presented by Sandra Luna & Miesha Morgret
Golden Oppurtunity - Van Ness Corridor
1141 Post Street stands four levels and includes 15 residential units (five, one bedrooms / 10 studios) & one commercial/office space + TWO garages. Her facade is anything but plain with stunning brick, bold brackets, large dentil, egg & dart and beautiful rosettes, both big and small. The building has bay windows in both front and back, adding square footage to its roomy one bedroom units.
On the lowest floor is the VACANT commercial/office space, with the unconfirmed address of 1139 Post. This unit was legally added in 1961, per the 3R report. This space has plumbing and electricity, two windows, two separate entries, & two half baths, and a storage area. Behind this space are TWO garages which you access from Cedar Street; one with parking for about five+ cars (1,410 sq feet), several windows and direct access to the office, AND one single-car garage with interior access to the first floor. Trash and recycling as well as the electric and gas meters, are also on this level. BOTH garages are vacant!
The residential entry is one level up, and this main building entry includes a security gate, elaborate marble entry, secured mailbox area and an auto-locking glass door. This level also has a spacious lobby area, a large hallway with period details, and Units 1-5 which include one 1-bedroom and four studios. The middle level houses Units 6-10 and includes two, one bedrooms and three studios. On the top floor are units 11-16 (there is no unit 13), and this level also includes two, one bedrooms and three studios.
Significant allowable rent increases per Weigel Law Group TO $18k/mo, vacant office and garages, total building square footage of 11,311 per drawings…all on the Van Ness Corridor…Opportunity is knocking!
1141 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94109
Van Ness/Civic Center
The Van Ness/Civic Center neighborhood serves as the center of the city’s government as well as arts and culture scenes that boast a unique underlying energy.
The architectural styles most noted in this neighborhood belong not to its homes, but rather the grand buildings that encompass some of the most historical and notable sites of the city. Arts and cultural attractions include the Davies Symphony Hall, the San Francisco Opera and Ballet, the Asian Art Museum and the Herbst Theatre. And Civic Center Plaza and the United Nations Plaza are home to City Hall, which spans two full city blocks, and a number of other city, state and federal buildings.
While commercial and governmental buildings blanket the neighborhood, a small percentage of this area is dedicated to housing. Among these are a majority of condominiums, lofts, mixed-use spaces and high-rises with a handful of single-family detached homes.
Van Ness/Civic Center is a prime location for public transportation including direct access to the freeway and major public transit lines, including a BART station and Muni streetcars along Market Street and a number of criss-crossing bus lines.
The Van Ness/Civic Center neighborhood is known by all San Franciscans, not only for its notable buildings, but as a hub for citywide public events ranging from championship parades, Pride celebrations, concerts and political events. Whether it is for business, entertainment, a citywide celebration or a national matter, this is the place where San Franciscans gravitate to.