Bay Area Architects: Edward E. Young
Edward Eyestone Young, born in Missouri, moved to San Francisco in 1902. He obtained his State Architectural license in 1905.
During his thirty-year career, Young designed almost six hundred residential buildings, many in small groups of adjacent buildings.
|Name||Year||Address||City||Sort Address||Sort Name|
|Apartment Building on Broadway: 2265||1923||2265 Broadway||San Francisco||Broadway 2265||Apartment Building on Broadway: 2265|
|Apartment Building on Buchanan Street: 2105||1921||2105 Buchanan Street||San Francisco||Buchanan 2105||Apartment Building on Buchanan Street: 2105|
|Apartment Building on Buchanan Street: 2155||1919||2155 Buchanan Street||San Francisco||Buchanan 2155||Apartment Building on Buchanan Street: 2155|
|Apartment Building on California: 2000||1923||2000 California Street||San Francisco||California 2000||Apartment Building on California: 2000|
|Apartment Building on California: 2001||1931||2001 California Street||San Francisco||California 2001||Apartment Building on California: 2001|
|Studio||1922||2002 California Street||San Francisco||California 2002||Studio|
|Residence on Clay Street: 3169||1921||3169 Clay Street||San Francisco||Clay 3169||Residence on Clay Street: 3169|
|Residence on Divisadero: 2740||1915||2740 Divisadero Street||San Francisco||Divisadero 2740||Residence on Divisadero: 2740|
|Residence on Divisadero: 2750||1915||2750 Divisadero Street||San Francisco||Divisadero 2750||Residence on Divisadero: 2750|
|Residence on Divisadero: 2760||1915||2760 Divisadero Street||San Francisco||Divisadero 2760||Residence on Divisadero: 2760|
|Residence on Franklin: 3121||1923||3121-3123 Franklin Street||San Francisco||Franklin 3121||Residence on Franklin: 3121|
|Residence on Franklin: 3127||1923||3127-3129 Franklin Street||San Francisco||Franklin 3127||Residence on Franklin: 3127|
|Apartments (Former Russian Consulate)||1922||2790 Green Street||San Francisco||Green 2790||Apartments (Former Russian Consulate)|
|Residence on Green: 2880||1917||2880 Green Street||San Francisco||Green 2880||Residence on Green: 2880|
|Residence on Jackson: 2000||1929||2000 Jackson Street||San Francisco||Jackson 2000||Residence on Jackson: 2000|
|Apartment Building on Jackson: 2157||1917||2157 Jackson Street||San Francisco||Jackson 2157||Apartment Building on Jackson: 2157|
|Residence on Jackson: 2467||1912||2467-69 Jackson Street||San Francisco||Jackson 2467||Residence on Jackson: 2467|
|Residence on Jackson: 2471||1912||2471-73 Jackson Street||San Francisco||Jackson 2471||Residence on Jackson: 2471|
|Apartment Building on Jefferson: 1920||1928||1920 Jefferson Street||San Francisco||Jefferson 1920||Apartment Building on Jefferson: 1920|
|Residence on Octavia: 1919||1922||1919 Octavia Street||San Francisco||Octavia 1919||Residence on Octavia: 1919|
|Residence on Octavia: 2235||1925||2235 Octavia Street||San Francisco||Octavia 2235||Residence on Octavia: 2235|
|Residence on Octavia: 2245||1925||2245 Octavia Street||San Francisco||Octavia 2245||Residence on Octavia: 2245|
|Residence on Octavia: 2255||1925||2255 Octavia Street||San Francisco||Octavia 2255||Residence on Octavia: 2255|
|Apartment Building on Pacific: 1896||1924||1896 Pacific Avenue||San Francisco||Pacific 1896||Apartment Building on Pacific: 1896|
|Apartment Building on Pacific: 2298||1926||2298 Pacific Avenue||San Francisco||Pacific 2298||Apartment Building on Pacific: 2298|
|Apartment Building on Pacific: 2815||1926||2815 Pacific Avenue||San Francisco||Pacific 2815||Apartment Building on Pacific: 2815|
|Apartment Building on Pierce: 2107||1917||2107 Pierce Street||San Francisco||Pierce 2107||Apartment Building on Pierce: 2107|
|Apartment Building on Pierce: 3481||1926||3481 Pierce Street||San Francisco||Pierce 3481||Apartment Building on Pierce: 3481|
|Residence on Presidio Avenue: 46||1916||46 Presidio Avenue||San Francisco||Presidio 0046||Residence on Presidio Avenue: 46|
|Residence on Presidio Avenue: 50||1916||50 Presidio Avenue||San Francisco||Presidio 0050||Residence on Presidio Avenue: 50|
|Residence on Presidio Avenue: 56||1916||56 Presidio Avenue||San Francisco||Presidio 0056||Residence on Presidio Avenue: 56|
|Residence on Presidio Avenue: 68||1916||68 Presidio Avenue||San Francisco||Presidio 0068||Residence on Presidio Avenue: 68|
|Park Lane Apartments||1925||1100 Sacramento Street||San Francisco||Sacramento 1100||Park Lane Apartments|
|Apartment Building on Sacramento: 2153||1916||2153 Sacramento Street||San Francisco||Sacramento 2153||Apartment Building on Sacramento: 2153|
|Apartment Building on Sacramento: 2241||1922||2241 Sacramento Street||San Francisco||Sacramento 2241||Apartment Building on Sacramento: 2241|
|Apartment Building on Steiner: 2230||1923||2230 Steiner Street||San Francisco||Steiner 2230||Apartment Building on Steiner: 2230|
|Francisca Club||1919||595 Sutter Street||San Francisco||Sutter 0595||Francisca Club|
|Hotel Californian||1925||403 Taylor Street||San Francisco||Taylor 0403||Hotel Californian|
|Residence on Washington: 3221||1928||3221 Washington Street||San Francisco||Washington 3221||Residence on Washington: 3221|
This apartment building stands on the northwest corner of California Street and Buchanan Street. To the west on California Street is Temple Sherith Israel. To the north on Buchanan Street is the Brutalist building which houses Sutter Health's CMPC Pacific Campus.
The building hides behind a large Ficus microcarpa nitida.
This apartment building faces Lafayette Park.
The most interesting building in the block is the Beaux Arts building next door at 2151 Sacramento Street which was designed by architect Mel I. Schwartz for Dr. Albert Abrams and built in 1921. A plaque on the front of the building asserts that "this house, built in 1881, was once occupied by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle."
The consensus is that the house was built in 1920 or 1921, not 1881, and that Sir Arthur never occupied it. The creator of Sherlock Holmes did visit San Francisco in 1923 and may have dropped in to visit Dr. Abrams.
The apartment building at 2241 Sacramento Street turns its side to the street and faces the house next door.
Although this configuration is not typical in San Francisco, it is not uncommon in older residential neighborhoods where homes were designed by architects for affluent clients. Other examples are 2233 and 2255 Lyon Street by Willis Polk, 2600 Washington Street by Edgar A. Mathews, and Mark Zuckerberg's home above Dolores Park.