Rincon Hill neighborhood is experiencing tremendous growth. With the top of the hill serving as the touchdown point for the Bay Bridge and its proximity. Just south of the Financial District, Rincon Hill is an ideal place for both pedestrian living and commuters alike.
Like many of its developing neighbors, Rincon Hill is transitioning from a former industrial district to a high-end, residential neighborhood. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ plans to “Manhattanize” this part of the city to create a quintessential urban living experience. This plan has been set into motion as new high-rises are making their ascent, changing the San Francisco skyline forever. The Rincon Hill plan envisions housing for as many as 20,000 new residents, retail shops and neighborhood services along Folsom Street. The plans are to transform Main, Beale and Spear streets into “traffic-calmed, landscaped residential streets lined with town homes and front doors.”
One such iconic development is One Rincon Hill, proudly perched high atop the hill for which it was named. Developed by Urban West Associates, the first phase is the 62 story tower that is already greeting visitors and residents to the bay as its massive hilltop location can be seen from miles away.
Sights & Culture
- The Bay Bridge
- Avg. Sale Price 1 BR: $1,050,000
- Avg. Sale Price 2 BR: $1,650,000
- Avg. Price/SF: $1,362
- Avg. Rental Price 1 BR: $4,275
- Avg. Rental Price 2 BR: $6,000
All data herein from SFARMLS