1022 Natoma Street

1022 Natoma Street is a small, contemporary loft development in San Francisco's popular SoMa neighborhood and was architect Stanley Saitowitz's first building project in San Francisco.  Stanley Saitowitz, of Natoma Architects Inc., has since created several notable residential and live/work loft complexes including 1234 Howard, Yerba Buena Lofts, and 2002 3rd Street Lofts.

Built on a small lot, which is typical of many SoMa properties, 1022 Natoma makes good use of the available space with innovative design and the classic "form follows function principle".  Deep party walls cleverly house stairs, bathrooms, kitchens, and storage space; while fire escapes do double duty as small balconies.  With an innovative mix of sleek minimalism and exposed construction elements, streamlined bay windows, and floating mezzanines, the lofts in 1022 Natoma Street have an open, modernist feel.  Parking for 1022 Natoma is in the building, on the ground floor.

1022 Natoma Street is in the northwestern portion of SoMa.  This convenient South of Market address gives residents the advantage of being in the midst of the fun and spontaneity of SoMa, close to the Civic Center and the rest of downtown San Francisco, and within walking distance of the trendy shops and eateries in Hayes Valley.  Public transportation is nearby and access to local freeways is quick and easy.

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