Welcome to 837 Turk Street
Great centrally located, ground-floor, commercial condominium with direct private storefront street access. Built in 2007, featuring an enclosed floor-to-ceiling glass divided office, private in-unit storage room and an ADA bathroom. One car garage parking. Located in the Cathedral Hill neighborhood with a 91 WalkScore, near Opera Plaza, City Hall/Civic Center and Hayes Valley. Just one block from the Van Ness Corridor, surrounded by residential condos, with foot traffic. Sure to become an even more prime location after the Van Ness Improvement Project 2021 predicted completion. Close to restaurants, markets, grocery stores, Walgreens, banks, bakeries and all other consumer amenities and conveniences in this fast-growing part of SF. Easily access numerous rail and bus lines, (F Market & Wharves, N Judah, J Church, 31 Balboa, 5 Fulton, 47 and 49 Van Ness to name a few). Near Jefferson Square Park and the Veterans Memorial Court. Delivered vacant, or with existing office furnishings. Zoned for office retail, great for private practice (restricted uses as per CC&R’s). With a low monthly HOA fee of $281.
- HOA Monthly Dues: $300.00
The Rancho Buri-Buri neighborhood,
South San Francisco
Rancho Buri Buri is a great neighborhood for families first and foremost. Situated between the major roads of El Camino Real, Westborough Blvd and Junipero Serra Blvd, it is surprisingly quiet and calm despite being connected to these major roads. One great transportation feature of this area is that it is easy to access freeways like 101 and 280 from anywhere in the neighborhood, since you can connect so easily to one of the major roads. Public transportation is also a plus, since the neighborhood has several dispersed SamTrans bus stops, as well as a BART station right across El Camino, within a 10 minute walk for most of the neighborhood. One can also get to the Tanforan and Serramonte shopping centers within 10-20 minutes, which is very convenient for any errands or just to have a day out at the mall. For commuters to the city from the area, you can get to San Francisco in about 20 minutes driving (because of the quick and easy access to the freeways), which is not much time at all considering the amount of traffic that can happen. As far as living conditions, this is a very clean and safe area. Despite being in the middle of three big roads, there is little traffic in the neighborhood except for residents, making for a peaceful living experience. There are at least two parks in the area, at Buri Buri Elementary and Alta Loma, for recreation and sports. The proximity of the neighborhood to the West Orange public library just on the other side of Westborough is a great place for kids and adults to read and study. The area also has a few convenience stores and markets, so you don’t have to go far for groceries, toiletries or most things you might need. Overall, a great neighborhood for any family.