Many of our Eichler homes have wood-burning fireplaces, which worked out well in the 1950s and ‘60s when air quality wasn’t the issue that it has become today. We know that all of the Bay Area and Sacramento have Spare The Air ...Read More
Situated in the prestigous Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, the Eichler Summit is a 32-story high-rise located at 999 Green Street. The development consists of 26 floors atop a six-story base of parking, creating a 320-foot-tall building situated at the peak of Russian Hill.
Designed by Claude Oakland, The Eichler Summit was built between 1963-1964 and features 1-3 bedroom, 1-2 bath units ranging in size from 870-1,800 square feet. Units feature in-floor radiant heat and open living space, including small walkout decks. The location of this development provides most residents with incredible San Francisco Bay and city views. The Eichler Summit is a premier full service building with a 24-hour doorman and onsite manager.
There are 112 units in this development (per tax records). Sale prices for Eichler Summit condominums typically range between $1.5 - $3 million.