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San Francisco Eichler Homes & Condos

In the early 1960's, Joseph Eichler expanded his reach from the suburbs of Northern California to the city of San Francisco.

Joseph Eichlers initial project was in the Diamond Heights neighborhood of San Francisco, where he collaborated with architect Claude Oakland to design and build approximately 100 single-family homes. Unlike the post-and-beam, modern ranch homes Eichler built in the surrounding suburbs, most of these Eichlers were 3 and 4 bedroom, split-level or two-story units.  

After more than a decade of success building single family homes, Eichler decided to try his hand at multi-unit, residential housing. He aggressively pursued this new and unfamiliar urban market and quickly launched a variety of simultaneous projects including low-rise, high-rise and townhouse projects in San Francisco.  

His multi-unit housing projects included the:

You can learn more about each of these unique developments by clicking on the corresponding link. If you are a prospective home buyer, you can also sign up to receive an automated Eichler Listing Alert anytime Eichlers hit the market in San Francisco!


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