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Welcome to the Goldmine Hill Homeowners Association and Goldmine Hill Condominium Complex public Website. This Website provides residents and visitors alike with general information about the GMH Complex. It includes location information (e.g., directions), a property overview, general office information, and other information. Also, please visit the GMHHOA Photo Gallery for snapshots showing the various buildings and surrounding grounds of the Goldmine Hill Condominium Complex. Thanks for visiting!
To tour the Public Website, please use the navigation links on the left side or top of each page. We strive to keep the information on our Website as current as possible, so that you'll always have the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding the complex and the Goldmine Hill Homeowners Association. Please notify the Webmaster of any broken links or send any comments/suggestions to improve the Website by sending an E-mail to Webmaster@gmhhoa.org. This contact link is located at the bottom of every Web page.
The Goldmine Hill Condominium Complex is located near the center of San Francisco on Ora Way at the very top of Gold Mine Hill in Diamond Heights. The Complex is situated on seven acres, nestled under towering Monterey Cypress Pines (San Francisco's official city tree). This bucolic setting is further enhanced by colorful gardens and lusciously landscaped grounds with breathtaking panoramic views of the City by the Bay.
The GMH Complex buildings are located at 43 through 95 Ora Way. The GMHHOA Business Office is located at 43 Ora Way, San Francisco, CA 94131-2531. The GMH Complex is conveniently located near the Diamond Heights Shopping Center and the San Francisco Police Academy. The Gold Mine Hill area is easily accessible via public transportation.
For a location map of the GMH Complex and surrounding area, please use the following LinkFree link to view a dynamic MapQuest Map. You can zoom in or out and get driving directions to the GMHHOA Complex from any location.
The Gold Mine Hill area is served by the following public transportation:
The Goldmine Hill Condominium Complex consists of eight residential buildings of three stories each with 204 total residential units (i.e., studios, studio-lofts, one bedrooms, and one bedroom-lofts) and one recreation/office building:
A majority but not all of these units are part of the San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD) and subject to income/purchase price limits (see the 2015 Purchase Price Limits, Delayed).
For a detailed map of the GMH Complex, see the Property Map (opens image in a separate browser window).
For an overhead view of the GMH Complex and surrounding area (buildings and nearby streets have been labeled), see the Satellite Image (opens image in a separate browser window).
In the event of an after hour maintenance emergency, call the CitiScape Property Management emergency maintenance line at (415) 487-3697.
The GMHHOA Business Office (located at 43 Ora Way, San Francisco, CA 94131-2531) is normally open at the following times:
The Goldmine Hill Office telephone number is 415-282-9969. When you call the office outside of normal business hours, you will reach the Answering Service where you can leave a message.
The current staff consists of the following personnel:
Whenever there is an immediate threat of bodily harm to yourself or property damage due to fire, always Dial 911 or the San Francisco Police or Fire Departments!
A Safety Message from the Board of Directors:
As of 09/01/07, the GMHHOA property
is managed by CitiScape Property Management Group, LLC. Their official
NOTE: When contacting the property management representative make sure that you reference the Goldmine Hill Homeowners Association (GMHHOA) and identify yourself as a resident in your message.
IMPORTANT: After-hour calls to property management company and/or
the GMH office may result
in a charge, even if no work is done. Often, people think they are calling the
GMH business office, but in fact the GMH phone line is switched over to an
answering service after the office closes. The answering service then relays
your call to a representative who is hired by the property management
company to be on
call to fix emergency problems that are the responsibility of the Association
and not individual units.
For San Francisco street sweeping information, visit the following website: http://sfdpw.org/index.aspx?page=322
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