461 2nd Street #C114
Historic San Francisco Clock Tower Lofts
461 2nd Street #c114:
Newly renovated Live/Work Loft in the Historic Clocktower Building.
-15+ Ft Ceilings
-Exposed Brick, Timber and Concrete Features
-Oversized Industrial Windows
-New Wide Plank Hardwood Flooring
-Beautiful New Kitchen, including: stainless steel appliances, new cabinetry and fixtures
-Gorgeous Bath with a Spacious Tiled Walk-In Shower
-In Unit Washer/Dryer
-1 Car Parking
- Building Amenities include: Three landscaped courtyards and share a common vie rooftop deck.
Nearly 100 years ago, the building was originally part of Max Schmidt Lithography Printing Co., at the time the largest printer on the West Coast. It was redesigned in 1993 by architect David Baker, who transformed the space into 127 live/work lofts.
Located in sunny South Beach, you will find easy access to Downtown, San Francisco's Embarcadero, Ferry Building, Union Square, Moscone and Yerba Buena Centers, MOMA, Whole Foods and much more. Easy access to Highways 80, 101 and 280. Blue Bottle Coffee and lovely cafes on South Park are only a few blocks away.
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Some of the best weather in all of San Francisco can be claimed by South Beach. Found at the foot of the Oakland Bay Bridge, and bracketed by the Embarcadero and the Giants baseball stadium, this is exciting stretch of waterfront city is one of San Francisco's great walking neighborhoods. An affluent area, there are a large number of converted warehouses as well as new construction catering to luxury condos, luxury high rises, and luxury lofts. Take a morning walk to work, or visit the ballpark, or climb aboard your yacht - all of it within your grasp in this enticing section of the city. Relaxing weekend mornings bring residents down from the high rises to walk dogs, or take a run along the Embarcadero where public art and bayside breezes are all part of the restorative setting. Catch a breakfast at the Ferry Building, while you enjoy the vibrant weekly farmers market. Find a robust cup of Blue Bottle Coffee, and a hunk of intoxicating cheese from Cowgirl Creamery. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, plus the world-famous SF MOMA, are all part of the local cultural universe that surrounds life here. YBCA delivers daring theater, dance, music and film. The finest in urban cuisine can be found along these block, including Lulu, Azie, South Park Cafe, Delancey Street. Find a boat rental at City Kayak and explore the city by water. South Beach is luxurious city life at your fingertips, and nothing less.