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Curbed covers Nina Hatvany’s Russian Hill midcentury condo

Condo inside Russian Hill midcentury high-rise seeks $3.2 million

Comes with views of the bay

There’s something to be said for this elegant yet muted 1961 midcentury high-rise on Russian Hill. Overshadowed by the nearby Eichler-developed Summit tower, 1070 Green deserves its time in spotlight.

And that time is now.

Featuring two beds and two baths, unit 201 has been overhauled recently care of Michael Hennessey AIA and Johnstone McAuliffe Construction. The results are a minimalist’s daydream perched in the sky. The new cleaner look comes with Italian porcelain floors, oak cabinetry, 24/7 door concierge, and more.

And if your heart remains still set on the aforementioned Eichlerian tower, there’s a view of it from the master bedroom.

Asking is $3,200,000.

1070 Green, #210 [Nina Hatvany]

Russian Hill [Curbed SF]

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