350 Jackson Street

San Francisco, CA

Tucked on a narrow street in the heart of San Francisco’s old Barbary Coast, 350 Jackson Street bows to history while giving modernism a hug. Designed, entitled and constructed as a residential and retail complex, this five-story project goes big on an intimate scale. It features luxury condominiums that deliver the best of city living with large, open floorplans, sleek kitchens, expansive balconies and secured parking.


Local History

Striking gold on the
Barbary Coast.

In the mid- to late- 1800s, San Francisco’s Jackson Square historic district – the epicenter of the famed Barbary Coast – housed merchants, banks, saloons, gold diggers, dance halls, lodging houses, cigar factories, pleasure-seeking sailors and an array of shady and legendary characters. Slapped together in the heat of the Gold Rush and erected on fill on top of abandoned ships, the area was wholly destroyed in the Earthquake and Fire of 1906. Most of the structures were rebuilt in the same style and to the same scale shortly thereafter. Still, the district began a slow decline and languished for decades until the 1980s when high-end designers and artisan retailers rediscovered the vintage beauty of the area.