Welcome to 66 Cleary Court. Our condominium high rise is centrally located in the heart of San Francisco. The 1963 designed structure is adjacent to St. Mary's Cathedral in what is becoming known as the Cathedral Hill neighborhood. This mid-century design was by the architectural firm of Jones & Emmons and built by Joseph Eichler, one of the nation's most influential builders of modern homes during the 1960s. This area was originally intended to be The Laguna Heights Eichler complex with four high-rises originally planned. 66 Cleary Court was the only tower constructed and is surrounded by a series of low-level apartments and townhouses also by Eichler.
The association contains 150 units on eighteen floors (15 stories are residential living space with three lower levels for parking). Individual residences are mostly 3 bedroom homes ranging in size from 1,100-1,200 square feet. All units feature in floor radiant heat, eight-inch thick concrete walls and floor to ceiling windows with sliding glass doors leading to private balconies, terraces or patios. Many units offer breathtaking views of downtown San Francisco or the Marina and Golden Gate Bridge.
The association provides 24 hour security, gated indoor parking, a children’s playground with picnic area, tennis, basketball and tetherball courts. Laguna-Eichler towers was a proving ground for the economy of reinforced, cast-in-place, load-bearing walls over standard rigid frame with column-and beam construction. The community was reinforced by a non-discrimination policy and offered homes to anyone of any religion or race since its inception.
This building is one of the best expressions of mid-century architecture and development rarely available in San Francisco.