Geary-Hyde Apartments

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“Geary-Hyde Apartments” (2011)

(302/8) 611-619 Hyde Street; Locksley Hall Apartments (1916-1923), Geary-Hyde Apartments (1933). Apartment building with thirty-nine two- and three-room units, ground floor units converted to stores 1928. 4B stories; brick structure; scored stucco base, galvanized iron cornice; three-part vertical composition; Renaissance/Baroque ornamentation; vestibule: arched entry, marble floor and walls, vaulted ceiling, decorative iron and glass doorway; lobby: fluted column order; storefronts: on Hyde Street, tile bulkhead, angled display windows, transoms; alterations: security gate and grilles, some aluminum windows, Geary Street storefronts remodeled. Original owner: Standard Securities Company. Architects: Rousseau and Rousseau. 1915.

(302/8A) 816 Geary Street; Orville Apartments (1937). Apartment building with twenty two- and three-room units. 5B stories; reinforced concrete structure; stucco facade with decorative band, galvanized iron cornice, ground floor windows with keystones; 3-part vertical composition; Renaissance/Baroque ornamentation; vestibule: cartouche over entry, marble floor, paneled walls, cornice molding; lobby: paneled walls with mirrors, coffered ceiling. Alterations: security gate. Original owner: George Cohn. Architect: Samuel C. Heiman. 1923.

(302/9) 822 Geary Street; Goodwill Thrift Store, Safeway (1941), So-Lo Super (1982). One story; reinforced concrete structure; stepped end piers with fluting, crenellated parapet and streamlined cornice; one-part commercial composition; streamlined Moderne ornamentation. Alterations: storefront remodeled. Original owner: Safeway Stores Inc. 1941-1966. Engineer: Kaj Theill. 1941.

(302/11) 838-842 Geary Street; Stores and apartment building with twenty-six two- and three-room units. 5B stories; reinforced concrete structure; stucco façade, four-story bay windows, galvanized iron cornice; two-part vertical composition; Renaissance/Baroque ornamentation; vestibule: tile landing, marble walls, cornice molding, wood and iron doorway, arched entry with fanlight; storefront: 838 with bulkhead, angled display windows, transoms, tile paving; alterations: security gate, 842 storefront remodeled, aluminum sash. Builder and owner: Daniel McKillop. 1923.

(302/11A) 846-854 Geary Street; Kirkland Apartments. Stores and apartment building with twenty-eight two- and three-room units. 5B stories; reinforced concrete structure; stucco facade, four-story bay windows, galvanized iron cornice; two-part vertical composition; Renaissance/Baroque ornamentation; vestibule: marble steps and walls, cornice molding, wood and iron doorway; storefronts: arched storefronts, bulkheads, vestibules, transoms; alterations: security gate. Builder and owner: Daniel McKillop. 1922.

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