YES --- there ARE such a thing as two-story Eichler Homes! We wanted to start this post by letting folks know that "original" 2-story Eichlers DO exist. The reason we wanted to lead with this definitive statement is because everytime ...Read More
In 1963, The Laguna Eichler High-Rise & Complex was built on Cathedral Hill, located in the Western Addition neighborhood of San Francisco (just East of Japantown).
The Laguna Eichler development consists of:
The architectural firm of Jones + Emmons designed the 18-story high rise building located at 66 Cleary Court. This structure consists of 15 stories of living space and 3 levels for tenant parking. The building features 150 units, mostly 3 bedroom homes ranging in size from 1,100-1,200 square feet. All units feature radiant heat, private balconies or terraces as well as 8-inch thick, load bearing concrete walls that help minimize noise between units.
The Cleary Court high-rise is a full service building including a doorman, onsite property management and enclosed parking. Sale prices for units in this Eichler high-rise development typically range from $600k-$820k.
Joseph Eichler commissioned architect Claude Oakland to design the six low-rise apartment buildings located adjacent to the high-rise building, near the intersection of Laguna & Ellis Street.
The low-rise Laguna Eichler complex consists of six, 3-story buildings with partially submerged secure parking within each building. The buildings are unattached but are conveniently Landscaping within an Eichler condominium complexaccessible to one another via walking paths which are beautifully landscaped and intersect at two circular fountains located in the middle of the development.
There are a total of seventy-two, 3 bedroom / 2 bath condominiums in this development which range in size from 1,261-1270 square feet. Sale prices in the low-rise complex typically range between $600k-$670k.