Project Description
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    Washington Square
    San Francisco, CA 41,000 s.f.

    Located on Washington Square in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, The Palace at Washington Square transforms the former Pagoda Palace theater into a vital neighborhood oriented mixed use project. The 41,000 square foot project includes a ground floor restaurant and 20 two and three-bedroom condominiums over subterranean parking. The design takes cues from the building’s original deco ornamentation and its surrounding context. The project was approved by the Planning Commission of the City of San Francisco in the spring of 2009.
  • CLOSE

    Washington Square
    San Francisco, CA 41,000 s.f.

    Located on Washington Square in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, The Palace at Washington Square transforms the former Pagoda Palace theater into a vital neighborhood oriented mixed use project. The 41,000 square foot project includes a ground floor restaurant and 20 two and three-bedroom condominiums over subterranean parking. The design takes cues from the building’s original deco ornamentation and its surrounding context. The project was approved by the Planning Commission of the City of San Francisco in the spring of 2009.
  • CLOSE

    Washington Square
    San Francisco, CA 41,000 s.f.

    Located on Washington Square in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, The Palace at Washington Square transforms the former Pagoda Palace theater into a vital neighborhood oriented mixed use project. The 41,000 square foot project includes a ground floor restaurant and 20 two and three-bedroom condominiums over subterranean parking. The design takes cues from the building’s original deco ornamentation and its surrounding context. The project was approved by the Planning Commission of the City of San Francisco in the spring of 2009.
  • CLOSE

    Washington Square
    San Francisco, CA 41,000 s.f.

    Located on Washington Square in San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood, The Palace at Washington Square transforms the former Pagoda Palace theater into a vital neighborhood oriented mixed use project. The 41,000 square foot project includes a ground floor restaurant and 20 two and three-bedroom condominiums over subterranean parking. The design takes cues from the building’s original deco ornamentation and its surrounding context. The project was approved by the Planning Commission of the City of San Francisco in the spring of 2009.