Are you looking to live in a San Francisco condominium building?
Then look no further, we’ve hopefully got you covered. This collection of homes for sale and building information – including floor plans when available – for San Francisco condominium developments is a continuously evolving project, and if we don’t have the building or floor plan you are looking for then please get in touch and let us know, we will try our best to track it down for you.
On the flipside, if you happen to have a floor plan or knowledge of a San Francisco building that we don’t have listed here, we would love to talk and see if you might be willing to work with us to share your information.
Condominium Buildings in San Francisco:
This list is continually updated – there are obviously lots more condos in San Francisco than we’ve listed below, but we’ve gotta start somewhere!
- 555 Bartlett in the Inner Mission
- 77 Van Ness condo homes for sale
- 999 Green – The Summit in Russian Hill
- The Artani at 818 Van Ness
- Broderick Place condo homes for sale
- Linden Hayes condo homes for sale
- The Hayes at 55 Page
In addition, we maintain an entire separate site that is about condo homes in the Yerba Buena, SOMA, South Beach, Mission Bay, and Dogpatch neighborhoods.
Disclaimer about floor plans and square footage:
A floor plan is an ideal – an artistic rendering – they often contain errors, from the minor to the major. You should never rely exclusively on a floor plan for information about a particular condominium, especially when it comes to square footage. Changes often happen during the development and construction process that result in changes from the renderings. Square footage figures are listed, measured, and represented in a variety of places: artistic renderings, recorded condo maps, appraisals, and the San Francisco tax records. These figures almost always vary, sometimes by a small amount and sometimes by a significant amount. Different professions have different professional standards for measuring – some measure to the edge of a wall, some to the center of wall. Some include stairs and patios, others don’t.
That said, we recognize that they can be of value in understanding how a property was designed, or for comparing similar homes in a building. Some floor plan layouts are more desired than others, and we’ve done our best to provide as many as we can get our hands on. Our floor plans come from a variety of sources. If you believe we have inappropriately posted information that belongs to you, please get in touch. Our goal is to be a resource to the San Francisco community.