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Nob Hill co-op with interiors by Orlando Diaz-Azcuy asks $2.98M

Curbed logo Curbed 2/13/2020 Brock Keeling
the tower of the city © Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Compass

Although the outside of this Nob Hill says midcentury—it was, after all, built in 1962—the inside of this co-op shouts contemporary care of a major remodel by noted interior designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy. And it lands on the market for a cool $2.98 million.

Featuring one bedroom, two bathrooms, and 1,450 square feet, 1200 California, unit 23A comes with hardwood flooring, art gallery lighting, a ceiling with deep rectangular cutouts that stretch across the majority of the sky-high home, new kitchen and bathrooms, and views of downtown San Francisco.

If they interiors looks familiar, that’s because Diaz-Azcuy also helmed the look of the multimillion-dollar homes inside 181 Fremont.

Also of note, and while this may only excite a few of us high-rise geeks, the exterior features an awning above its entrance. Neither too decorative nor too flashy, it’s a simple earth-green cover bearing the building’s address. So lovely. So very Nob Hill.

The listing is through Catharina Swanstrom or Compass.

a sign on the side of a building
a room with a sink and a mirror
a living room filled with furniture and a large window
a room filled with furniture and a large window
a large room
a bedroom with a large bed in a hotel room
a large white door

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