This 1930’s era art deco building sits on an attractive street with a shady boulevard full of huge palm trees. It is within walking distance of Dolores Park, a great place for enjoying a nice day, playing tennis, or watching free outdoor movies during summer. The building is located in the Mission District near Mission Dolores, one of the most walkable neighborhoods in San Francisco, with plenty of restaurants, bars, and shops just around the corner.

There are twelve studio apartments in the building on three floors above the ground floor level; there is no elevator. The large lobby has attractive plaster crown molding around the ceiling and a large tile floor. Each studio has a living area big enough for a bed and a small couch, as well as a separate kitchen, full bath, and large walk-in closet. The apartments on the street facade have bay windows. Most units have wood floors.

There is some parking available in the building, but not for each apartment. Bike parking is available in a secured room on the lobby level. There is coin-operated laundry available to tenants.

The landlord pays for water, steam heat, and garbage for the whole building, and cats are allowed with an additional deposit. There are also solar panels on the roof of the building.