Below, director Peter Yates captures one of San Francisco's many vistas on a misty morning as Bullitt heads east down Broadway from Taylor on his way to his apartment (locals will recognize he's actually heading away from his apartment).
Then ... The Bay Bridge is in the distance and there's a small twin-domed church on the left.
He drives his Mustang down Clay Street, crosses Taylor, then makes a slick reverse (below) in front of the cream Austin Healey (CitySleuth is salivating - he used to own one). Bullitt's apartment house, 1153 Taylor Street, is the dark blue house on the corner of Clay - his place is on the top floor.
Then ... looking up Clay.
Then ... At the corner market opposite his apartment he isn't above helping himself to a newspaper when he's short of change.
Then ... In the composited image below, Bullitt crosses Taylor and climbs the front steps to his apartment door.
... and Now, below are the entrance steps of 1153 Taylor leading to the building's three apartments, 1153, 1155 and 1157. Bullitt's was 1153, the door on the left, which leads up to the top floor.
Inside the apartment Cathy has breakfast in the living room. The corner window view looks east down Clay Street - San Francisco Bay and part of Yerba Buena Island can be seen in the distance.