199 New Montgomery @ Howard
Quick Facts about 199 New Montgomery:
Year Built: 2005
Number of homes: 167
Parking Type: Some homes have parking in the four-level underground parking garage, monthly maintenance fee applies; there are 80 parking spots total. Motorcycle parking is available for $50/month.
Home Sizes: Studios, one-bedroom homes and a small number of two-bedroom homes
Pets: Allowed, restrictions based on number, size, and type
Amenities: Rooftop terrace with BBQ grill and seating with views of downtown San Francisco, 24-hour doorperson, bicycle parking available for $30/year
Developer: Intracorp/Arterra Mission Bay LLC
Architect: Heller-Manus Architects
Contractor: Monahan Pacific
At the corner of New Montgomery and Howard Streets, 199 New Montgomery is a 167-unit condominium development completed in 2005. Located in the midst of the bustling Yerba Buena district of San Francisco, 199 New Montgomery is a 16-story building with commercial space on the ground level and a rooftop deck with barbecue grilling facilities and panoramic views of downtown. A sculpture by well-known artist Albert Paley graces the lobby.
The 167 homes in the development are predominantly studios and one-bedrooms with a small number of two-bedroom condos as well. Square footage ranges from about 392 to 450 for studios, 672 to 1,025 for one-bedroom homes, and about 1,150 for two-bedroom homes.
About half the homes in the building have parking spaces in a shared garage. The building offers bicycle parking for $30 per year and motorcycle parking spaces are available for rent at $50 a month (as of November 2012). There are numerous City Car Share pickup locations within a few blocks of the building.
The neighborhood provides plenty of opportunities for dining, shopping, cultural activities and recreation. Union Square is a few blocks away, the Embarcadero is about half a mile away and the Financial District is also nearby.