Peek Inside Pacific Heights’ Elegant New Row Homes

Working with developer Trumark Urban, Handel Architects has created 10 elegantly modernist townhouses in historic Pacific Heights as part of a larger development project, The Pacific. In an intimate garden setting, the 3-and 4-story, 3-bed, 3.5-bath Row Homes have sleekly contemporary facades that reference the bay windows and pitched roofs of classic San Francisco row houses, but with walls of glass and high ceilings.

They may be family-friendly condominiums, but they come loaded with the luxurious finishes we’ve come to expect in a $4M condominium– like ArcLinea kitchens.

What We Love: At The Pacific, the Row Homes are adjacent to The Residences (below) a gleaming residential tower that Trumark Urban and Handel Architects are re-inventing from from a former medical building, scheduled to come on the market later this year. Stripped down to its frame, it’s a developer’s dream site in a desirable residential neighborhood, with views, open floor plates ready for new layouts, high ceilings, and a parking garage all in place.

More: Prices for the Row Homes Collection start at $3,995,000; some units have been sold and open houses are by appointment. Go to The Pacific’s website for additional images and details, plus floor plans.

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