Linea arrives from imagination of world-renowned architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia as a way to bring a forward-thinking aesthetic to true modern design. Enjoy a modern building with walls of glass framed by bold, geometric pillars, experience the city’s surrounding neighborhoods in luxury and style in a vibrant neighborhood.
Inside is the perfect blend of comfort, class and discernment. The elegant, expansive attended lobby is finished with porcelain tile floors, natural white-oak wood panels and Italian marble highlights. An interior lushly landscaped courtyard creates a serene interior view. Linea Terrace has multiple areas for entertaining and enjoying the city lights.
The attention to detail creates a truly unique building that will reside as a beacon of San Francisco design. Residences are wired for high-speed internet. High-end finishes throughout. The amenities, architecture, comfort and style work to create the ultimate space for you.
Unit 610 is a best location and the best floor plan. Wide glass windows enable amazing San Francisco views, modern and clean lines, open floor plan, beautiful hardwood floors, two bedrooms with custom closets, den area and two beautifully finished bathrooms. Modern kitchen with high-end professional appliances and modern Italian cabinetry, polished quartz countertops and stone back splashes. The kitchen is designed for large dinner parties or intimate gatherings. Walls of large, energy-efficient windows let in both the beautiful San Francisco sunshine and the breathtaking views across the city. At night one feels the energy of the neighborhood while ensconced in the comfort your own private residence.
Super close and practically equidistant from The Mission, Mission Dolores, Castro, Lower Haight and Hayes Valley. Superb Mission Street and Valencia Street Restaurants are also super close to Linea.
Only a few blocks away from the Mid Market tech companies and developments, Twitter, Square and more..and the ever welcoming Dolores Park is nearby. Transportation almost at the doorstep includes the Muni F line Historical trolleys. Church and Market (1 block away) are transportation hubs for both underground and above ground MUNI. The Google bus stop across the street.
The best thing to ever to happen to Hayes Valley? The Loma Prieta earthquake that resulted in the tear-down of the freeway that once dominated this neighborhood. Today, the freeway is gone, replaced by Octavia Boulevard and its community green.
Anchored by the imposing high-culture edifices of the San Francisco Ballet, Opera, and Symphony, Hayes Valley provides plenty to do following the closing curtain. Late night finds concertgoers heading to belle epoque styled Absinthe and its bar that says open to 2 a.m. Up-and-coming culinary artists ply their trade, opening restaurants that beg to be discovered by foodies. There's the classy and classic Hayes Street Bar and Grill, the Italian Cafe Della Stella and its roasted pumpkin ravioli, and Frijtz, purveyor of Belgian mussels, frites and crepes. Blue Bottle Coffee, tucked away on tiny Linden Street, offers eye-opening coffee. For those who crave a spiritual awakening, Hayes Valley is home to the San Francisco Zen Center, a light filled Italianate building designed by Julia Morgan.
Hayes Valley is small. Its five square blocks has the feel of a cultural village. The under the radar boutiques have made Hayes Valley a destination for cool hunters in search of the latest design trends. Transportation options make getting to and from work simple. 14 MUNI lines, and a BART Station at the foot of Grove Street connect Hayes Valley. Housing is predominately single and multi-family Victorians, the most famous of which are the postcard perfect "painted ladies" along Alamo Square.