601 4th St #121
San Francisco, CA 94107
HISTORIC SOUTH BEACH LOFT
Situated on the border of South Beach and SOMA, 601 Fourth Street lies at the heart of San Francisco’s creative marketplace. Major technology companies continue to set up shop in this area bringing with them more and more eateries, bars, and boutiques. Residents of 601 Fourth Street enjoy the electric energy of the neighborhood and can take advantage of the best shopping, dining, and entertainment that the city has to offer right on their doorstep. With its undeniable contemporary appeal and highly desirable floor plan, Residence #121 offers everything to complete your urban loft experience in the heart of South Beach.
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2 bedroom, 2 bathroom
Historic San Francisco bi-level live/work loft conversion with contemporary updates
Industrial design elements: exposed steel beams, double-height living space, original industrial
In-unit washer/dryer, 2-car tandem parking
Located in the historic Heublein Building, a converted wine storage distribution warehouse
Elevator building with an elegant lobby
Common roof deck with 360-degree views
Located on the border of SOMA and South Beach
Desirable location in close proximity to to AT&T stadium, SF MOMA, Yerba Buena, Muni, Caltrain, tech shuttles and world-class San Francisco shopping, dining, and entertainment
Once filled with warehouses, South Beach has been transformed over the last decade into a primarily residential neighborhood with modern apartments and luxury condos. It’s known for water views and convenience to the Financial District and SOMA neighborhoods as well as being the home of AT&T Park. It also includes the popular sub-neighborhood of Rincon Hill, which was one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods during the Gold Rush. Recently it’s become home to several of the city’s tallest luxury condo buildings, re-establishing it again as one of San Francisco’s most prestigious neighborhoods, with easy access to the Financial District and breathtaking views.
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