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Located in San Francisco’s Central Waterfront/Dogpatch neighborhood, 1011 23rd Street is one of three separate live/work loft buildings that comprise the loft development along 23rd Street between Indiana and Minnesota Streets. Designed by Gary Gee Architects, the complex sports three distinct addresses (1011 23rd Street, 1099 23rd Street, and 1207 Indiana Street), but all units share the architect’s sense of contemporary design and embrace the industrial character of the surrounding neighborhood.
Floor plans in the 60-loft complex at 1011 23rd Street, 1099 23rd Street, and 1207 Indiana Street vary in size and configuration from small units of under 700 square feet to expansive lofts of 1500+ square feet. All have high quality finishes that include handsome kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, double height windows, and hardwood floors. The buildings feature a total of 60 parking spaces and residents have access to a roof deck where they can soak up a little sun while enjoying views of the surrounding area.
Public transportation, including a muni station at 23rd and 3rd Street and the 22nd Street CalTrain station, is handy for residents at 1011 23rd Street/1099 23rd Street/1207 Indiana Street and I-280 which links with other local freeways is just minutes away.
Contact San Francisco Modern for more information about 1011 23rd Street, 1099 23rd Street, or 1207 Indiana Street; or assistance in buying or selling a San Francisco loft.