Reimagined Loft in Historic San Francisco Warehouse

Picture it – one block from Giants baseball stadium is a historic warehouse that’s been wonderfully reimagined. With five live/work lofts on five floors, plus a common roof deck with Bay views, the property retains the best of its original features. And the renowned Feldman Architecture firm has done the rest. Now, I’m excited to show you what’s behind door number four.


The 2nd  Street Loft

On the fourth floor of this historic reinforced concrete building lies the handiwork of architects Steven Stept, Irit Axelrod, together with Feldman Architecture. With west-facing floor-to-ceiling windows, the focus is on views, tons of natural light, and a modern, clutter-free aesthetic that truly makes the most of this spectacular space. Add in the expert touch of local lighting designer Tali Ariely, and a thoughtful design that strikes the perfect balance between modern minimalism and industrial character, and it’s clear that no detail has been overlooked.

The building’s original details are just as impressive – think mushroom-capped concrete columns, industrial windows, a roof deck with views of the Bay, and a beautifully-restored Art Deco lobby featuring a commissioned piece by renowned San Francisco-based muralist, Brian Barneclo, depicting the colorful history of the neighborhood. It’s an ideal contrast in a boutique neighborhood poised for a transformation thanks to the Second Street Improvements Project, which is “working towards implementing a vision that transforms 2nd  Street into a pleasant multi-modal corridor that improves safety and access for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit as well as drivers.”


The property is offered exclusively off-market until late summer 2019, but available for showings and purchase today. Check out the full, amazing listing now, and stay tuned for more details!

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