Built in 1924, Bently Nob Hill features a facade adorned by ornamental details, arched windows, and decorative friezes. The building’s entryway features granite and marble, an intricate wrought-iron chandelier, and a Spanish tile floor.
Throughout the building, floors are adorned in terra cotta pavers offset by hand-painted accent tiles. The baseboards and stairs feature hand-painted tiles and beams.
Inside, apartments have been retrofitted to include modern luxuries while retaining their original style. Spaces in Bently Nob Hill feature graceful curves, arched entryways, detailed paneling, and period-style lighting and tiling. The craftsmanship of the architect, use of natural light, and free-flowing floor plans give these apartments real character.
The rooftop colonnade makes the building stand out on the Nob Hill skyline; this unique ornamental feature was modeled after the royal palace in Marrakesh.