Welcome To St. Francis Square Cooperative, Inc.

St. Francis Square Cooperative Inc.
San Francisco, California

St. Francis Square Cooperative is an owner-occupied residential complex in San Francisco’s Western Addition/Japantown neighborhood consisting of 299 apartments housed in 12 three-story walk-up buildings that are oriented around shared landscaped courtyards.

St. Francis Square was constructed in 1963, with sponsorship of the International Longshoremen’s and Warehousemen’s Union (ILWU), and its buildings and landscaping were designed by renowned architects Robert Marquis, Claude Stoller, and Lawrence Halprin. Over the years, numerous design awards have been bestowed upon the complex.