Fulton 555

Bedrooms: Townhomes, Jr 1-bd, 1-2
Bathrooms: 1-2
Description:

Front and center in Hayes Valley – one of San Francisco’s best neighborhoods – Fulton 555 offers 139 modern condo residences in the midst of top restaurants, artisan shops, symphonies, opera and entertainment the city has to offer.

Located on Fulton Street between Octavia and Laguna, Fulton 555 is perfectly situated to enrich every aspect of your life—from business and entertaining, to lounging and recharging.

Unit Features

    Stainless steel Bosch appliances, sleek countertops, modern cabinets, and hardwood floors throughout—premium finishes bring daily delight in appreciating thoughtful craftsmanship and carefully selected materials.

Building Features:

    Amenities:

    • Onsite Grocery Market
    • Rooftop Terrace
    • Lounge
    • Dog Park
    • Private Meeting Space
    • Bike Workstation

     

    Strolling distance from your door is San Francisco’s illustrious performing arts district where you’ll find world-class opera, ballet, symphony and theatre performances year-round.

    The neighborhood is easy access to culture with The War Memorial Opera House, The San Francisco Opera, The San Francisco Ballet, and The San Francisco Symphony at Davies Symphony Hall all in the vicinity.

    All along Hayes Street, you’ll find the streets flanked by Victorian, Queen Anne, and Edwardian single-family homes, plus boutiques featuring modern home furnishings and accessories, cutting-edge fashion and fine Italian shoes, and tightly curated, high-end galleries to the delight of the discriminating eye.

    For the food lover, Hayes Valley also has a vibrant restaurant scene featuring locavore cuisine and quietly inventive food from Doppio Zero, Anina, Robin, PLÄJ, Barcino, Souvla, Hayes Street Grill, Monsieur Benjamin, a Mano, Cala, and more. There are also plenty of artisan coffee purveyors, fine wine merchants and brasserie-bars offering hand-pulled espresso, rare bottles, crafted cocktails and great craft brews.

    Octavia Boulevard on Hayes Valley leads to a community park at the center of the neighborhood, called Patricia’s Green, where locals come to bask in the sun, people watch, and run their dogs.