1319 Greenwich Rooftop
Purchased as a two-unit building for $900,000 in 2001 and since condo converted and completely rebuilt, the upper unit known as 1319 Greenwich has returned to the market with 2,290 square feet across three floors and a 515 square foot “rooftop lounge” with 7-foot high glass walls for wind protection, a spa, and a high-end outdoor kitchen complete with Viking refrigerator and keg tap.
1319 Greenwich Rooftop Kitchen
Don’t forget underwear if you’re wearing a dress and working the grill, or don’t be surprised to find your guests downstairs enjoying an altogether different kind of angelic view.
UPDATE: The sale recorded in 2004 in the amount of $725,000 was for the lower unit (1321 Greenwich) as a TIC prior to condo conversion.
∙ Listing: 1319 Greenwich (3/3) 2,290 sqft – $1,685,000 [] [MLS]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by SFNura

    Wow. What an amazing roof top! Holy Smokes!

  2. Posted by James

    they have more furniture up there than I have in my whole apartment.

  3. Posted by lol

    I considered purchasing an exclusive rooftop access unit last year to do something similar but decided against it when I realized the building needed a complete seismic upgrade before I could add any kind of stuff up there. The rest of the HOA would NOT want to pay extra to help speed up the construction your dream rooftop deck. What was left was to pay for the whole retrofit myself 🙁
    Another sucker bought the place – at a premium – and now is facing a dead end with the rest of the HOA…
    They’re very lucky to have it done and with so many features. This is very valuable and it explains the price.

  4. Posted by lolcat_94123

    Oh baby… When is the open house?

  5. Posted by hangemhi

    you’re really buying a 2bed 1bath condo with roof top deck. and for the $1.685M you also get a ground floor strangely chopped up and completely separate in-law. there is another condo in the middle of the two
    you might get the $1.685 if you sold the two units separately, but it seems expensive for the true livable area

  6. Posted by bookmdano

    ^^^ Probably can’t sell the units separatly. Looks like the lower unit is semi illegal, as the photo of the kitchen shows the stove (temporarily)removed. Also, zoning for that lot is RH-2.

  7. Posted by lol

    I don’t get it. Would the city prevent you from adding a unit and rezone to RH3? After all more density is good, right?

  8. Posted by Laila Salma

    The roof deck is even more amazing then the pictures suggest! Also, the 2004 purchase noted above was for the TIC sale of the lower unit (1321 Greenwich) for $725,000, not 1319 Greenwich Street.
    Open house on Sunday, 10/9, between 2-4 pm.
    [Editor’s Note: Thanks for the correction, since updated above. Cheers.]

  9. Posted by bgelldawg

    What happens to all the rooftop furniture when it rains?

  10. Posted by PPC

    Nice unit, rooftop and view. On the website there are too many pictures of every establishment in the vicinity, but, other than that, the rooftop is well done.

  11. Posted by wrath

    hmmmmm….. how come no views show the eastside? BTW nice balcony of the neighboring apartment bld – can sit on it and spit into your jaccuzzi.

  12. Posted by Laila Salma

    Hi SocketSite, just a quick edit to your description.
    The building sold for $1,350,000, not $900,000 (not sure where this number came from).

  13. Posted by lolcat_94123

    $1.35m in 2001?
    Before being rebuilt?
    Doesn’t sounds likely.

  14. Posted by nanon

    This property is listed as pending– any one know anything about it or how much it went for?

  15. Posted by SocketSite

    The sale of 1319 Greenwich closed escrow today with a reported contract price of $1,550,000 ($677 per listed square foot).

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