Anasazi Properties is well known for their architecturally distinctive projects, and their latest endeavor is no exception. 1601 Larkin Street, located in San Francisco’s conveniently central Nob Hill neighborhood, is a new 27-unit luxury apartment building being touted as an alternative to high-rise living.


The development features spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom units, which offer 965 to 1,334 square feet of living space. The interiors are characterized by floor-to-ceiling Bonelli windows, Studio Becker kitchens with Miele and Bosch appliances, stone countertops and wide-plank hardwood flooring throughout. Spa-inspired bathrooms boast tile and stone finishes, high end fixtures and frameless glass shower enclosures.


Other notable features include ensuite laundry hookups, high ceilings, large closets (most units feature walk-ins), and private patios (as per plan). The building provides bicycle storage, secure one to one automobile parking, oversized private storage rooms or large lockers, plus maid, laundry and concierge services. Leases for available units range in price from $5,000 to $7,000.

The façade of 1601 Larkin Street features materials such as glass, metal and limestone plaster, capturing a clean, modern feel. Sound is dulled by the concrete exterior, which allows tenants to enjoy peace and quiet at home, as well as the bustle of a metropolitan city by walking out their front door.


Nob Hill is surrounded by restaurants, kitschy antique shops, and the extremely popular wine and cocktail bars that line Polk Street. Nestled in between Chinatown, North Beach, Russian Hill and the Tenderloin, this area is within walking distance of many of the sights and sounds San Francisco is famous for.

Anasazi Properties is happy to show prospective tenants the available units by appointment, but be forewarned: only eight units remain, so those interested in renting should move fast.

For more information, please call 415 710 2451, email anasaziproperties@gmail.com or visit anasaziproperties.com.

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