New Luxury Senior Complex On Van Ness to Feature ‘Michelin-Rated’ Meals, Very Pricy Apartments

It’s not enough that San Francisco has fairly abundant luxury housing and not a lot of affordable or middle-income housing, but now we’re going to have luxury senior housing for those well-off Boomers who want to live in the city and still go to the Symphony and such.

Yes, a pair of developers are putting the finishing touches on Coterie Cathedral Hill, a new luxe senior complex in what were formerly the offices of KRON4 at 1001 Van Ness Avenue (at O’Farrell). The 208-unit building boasts a bunch of nice amenities, including pools, a spa, roof gardens, a movie theater, salons, shuttle vans to transport residents to the theater or a museum, an onsite cafe and cocktail lounge, and most importantly, three meals a day by “a team of Michelin-rated chefs.” Those meals can be enjoyed in a formal dining room, or they can be ordered as room service — and the two-bedroom units also have full kitchens for those times when one wants to cook.


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