Presented by Lucinda Otto


Own a piece of San Francisco history in this gorgeous Art Deco building

Built in 1929, The Hamilton was an apartment-style hotel located near the theatre district attracting opera singers and actors for many years.

In 1962 it was one of the city's first condo conversions, eventually brought back to Art Deco magnificence by dedicated homeowners winning multiple historic preservation awards.

Amenities now include a stunning lobby and ballroom, outdoor fountain courtyard, a second floor gym, and 24 hour concierge service/security.

Unit #1511, located just one floor below the enormous furnished roof deck, is sunny and bright with wonderful views.

Large studio includes an alcove for a queen size bed and a separate dressing area.

New paint, carpeting and appliances.

With a Walk Score of 99 and a fantastic price, you can move right in and enjoy all the city has to offer.

631 O'Farrell St, San Francisco, CA 94109


Dating back to the days of the California Gold Rush, the Tenderloin has thrived through waves of diverse history and continues to surprise San Franciscans with its growth and development, despite some unavoidable setbacks.

The Tenderloin stands out as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse neighborhoods in San Francisco. Its intensity attracts the attention of both tourists and long-time city residents. Boasting a central location in part of the city’s famous theater district, it also maintains a reputation as a hotbed for unique, trendy and local restaurants, bars and restored hotels.

Besides the soaring numbers of transformed boutique hotels popular with visitors to the city, the housing options in the Tenderloin are heavy in single-room occupancy hotels and apartment buildings, with a handful of unique condominium spaces.

Dotted with destination restaurants and hip dive bars, its proximity to other distinct neighborhoods make it an exceptional location. Downtown San Francisco borders its northern edge, Civic Center and UN Plaza are right outside its southern border and its southeastern side runs along Market Street, a mecca for shopping and transportation.

The Tenderloin’s rich history, ideal location and unwavering ability to thrive mark it as one of San Francisco’s most innate reflections of diversity and heart.

Lucinda Otto


Lic. #1929512