Stunning New Condominium Development Represented by Vanguard Properties Opens at 1001 17th Street in San Francisco

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Luxury Homes for Sale Offer a New Level of Sophistication on Potrero Hill

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The 26 new condominium homes for sale at 1001 17th Street achieve a new level of modern sophistication and urban luxury.

A new luxury condominium development, 1001 17th Street, is now open in San Francisco. Located at the crossroads of three of the city’s most coveted neighborhoods, Potrero Hill, Mission Bay, and Dogpatch, the 26 condominiums designed by San Francisco’s Elevation Architects achieve a new level of modern sophistication and urban luxury.

A spacious landscaped interior courtyard with lounge seating enhances the stunning development. Each of the studios, one bedroom, and two bedroom homes feature contemporary interiors with open floor plans and soaring ceilings. Wide plank hardwood flooring, radiant heating, and expansive high-end Torrance window systems highlight these amazing new homes.

The sleek modern kitchens offer custom high gloss two-tone cabinetry by Miranda Woodworks, Pental Quartz counter tops, a suite of Bosch stainless appliances and Grohe faucets. Luxurious bathrooms feature custom vanities, Duravit sinks, imported Italian porcelain, extra deep soaking tubs, faucets by Hans Grohe and Grohe, and designer lighting.

Each home includes in-unit security systems, video entry systems, Cat 5 wiring in unit with Cat 6 wiring in the garage, Web Pass high-speed Internet access, in-unit laundry, cable and Direct TV connections, fresh air ventilation, secure bicycle parking, elevator access to all floors, and are solar ready.

Select home feature private terraces, a breakfast bar/island, custom closets, light fixtures by Flos and Sonneman, designer paint schemes, and garage parking.

The condominium homes for sale at 1001 17th Street are represented exclusively by Frank Nolan and Greg Fulford of Vanguard Properties. More information is available at

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