170 Russ Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
This reimagined 1937 printing plant warehouse in SoMa was designed by Goldman Architects. Exuding old-meets-modern style, the 18-foot original wood beam ceilings set the stage amongst massive skylights.
At the front, a floating staircase leads to one of two primary suites that anchor the sun-drenched space. An impressive built-in media center and wood-burning fireplace are the centerpiece of the open living/dining area and adjacent chef's kitchen.
Radiant-heat flooring, custom woodwork/built-ins throughout, washer and dryer, and an attached garage that can open to the interior to showcase your classic Italian car?
An urban oasis with architectural panache. Your sanctuary, your canvas, or your live-work space for your startup.
The 2-unit building shares a courtyard w/ivy-covered walls and a shared roof deck with city views. On a quiet side street close to the Mission, Hayes Valley, and Union Square. Features 96% walk, 100% transit, and 98% bike scores.
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