1840 Washington 2012

The steel framed 1840 Washington is construction complete, with 1-to-1 parking, on-floor external storage for each unit, and a community rooftop terrace with BBQ and views.

1840 Washington Roof Deck

One-bedrooms from 837 to 863 square feet are priced from $709,000 to $875,000; two-bedrooms from 923 to 1,009 square feet are priced from $825,000 to $1,145,000.

1840 Washington Kitchen

The south-facing three-bedroom penthouse is 1,467 square feet with a 604 square foot terrace and priced at $2,095,000 with HOA’s of $545 per month.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by EH

    How do shared terraces like this work in real life? Is it a free for all, a smoker’s section, reservable? all three?

  2. Posted by brandno

    In my experience, a shared terrace becomes the smoking area, especially when units don’t come with their own outdoor space. With chairs and tables, maybe people will have a drink with their smoke too.

  3. Posted by lyqwyd

    I would most definitely use that terrace for drinks…

  4. Posted by mac

    Why would anyone pay 1000/sf for no view (cept the roof)

  5. Posted by stanton

    One of the best mid-rise that I have toured in recent times. Location is great. Units feel more spacious than what the square footage indicates, mainly due to the clever design and layout. Luxe from the minute you enter the building. For someone who likes to cook, the Bosch gas range is the frosting on the cake.

  6. Posted by Mary

    Finally, an awesome condo building in Pacific Heights! It’s unique and rare to find new construction in the most desirable location of town. Not only the location is in the “heart of SF”; the property is beautifully constructed. Having visited the property, I am impressed by the good Feng Shui in every unit, the attention to design and detail, quality amenities, the units floor space feel open and spacious. A great find!

  7. Posted by tipster

    Geez, are you guys from the sales office going to spam here every day with your gushing endorsements for a building right off of Van Ness?

  8. Posted by Ivan

    This is not Pac Heights.

  9. Posted by REcomment

    Half a block west of Van Ness makes this a Pac Height area. True, not “heart” of Pac Height but a very convenient location. I did not know about all the nearby pick up points of the high tech company buses until I toured the property.

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