This dramatic, open plan, conversion loft is located on the sun drenched southwest corner of the historic Heublein building at the epicenter of the burgeoning tech marketplace near 4th and Brannan. Situated on the 2nd floor above the original loading dock of this once industrial building, unit #213 offers an incredible live-work environment that’s perfect for both entertaining and open plan office space. The property presents even more opportunities for possible expansion and reconfiguration for one who has a preferred vision. Set across over 2,050 square feet, the property features exposed concrete capped pillars, 1-2 bedrooms, a spacious media area, expansive living and dining spaces and wrap around industrial windows plus French industrial doors that walk out to the steel fire escape.
2 full baths, significant in-residence storage, walk-in master bedroom closet area, ebony hardwood floors and 2 car tandem parking round out the offerings of this one-of-a-kind loft residence. A stunning panoramic view roof deck is the highlight of the common area and offers up a beautiful spot to entertain, take in SOMA’s sun or the dramatic vistas of pillowy fog as it rolls over Twin Peaks and the hills to the west.
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Beneath the foot of the Oakland Bay Bridge, next to the Giants baseball stadium, and fronting along the Embarcadero, South Beach claims some of the best weather in all of San Francisco. This completely walkable neighborhood of luxury condos, luxury high rises, and luxury lofts in reconverted warehouses (detect a theme here?) attracts the affluent, those in search of an alternative lifestyle (to the automobile, that is) and those who just want to walk to work. Or to the ball game. Or to their boat.
Early Saturday mornings find residents here walking their dogs or jogging along the Embarcadero and enjoying the public art. For breakfast the Ferry Building offers a robust farmers market, out of this world Blue Bottle Coffee, and the flagship store of Cowgirl Creamery. SF MOMA and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts provide the main cultural attractions, with YBCA offering adventurous theater, dance, music and film series. Some of San Francisco's finest restaurants are located close to South Beach, including Lulu, Azie, South Park Cafe, Delancey Street. City Kayak rents boats for those who want to explore by water. And Limn provides the latest in home decor, from trendy European lines to a one-of-a-kind chandelier dipped in rubber.