10th Street Lofts at 380 Tenth Street

The 10th Street Lofts, located on the corner of Tenth and Harrison Streets in downtown San Francisco’s South of Market (SoMa) district, is an award-winning, 30-unit loft building designed by Baum Thornley Architects.  The bold design elements and clean contemporary lines of the façade and common areas of the 10th Street Lofts set the tone for the building’s individual loft homes.

The lofts at 380 10th Street feature open floor plans, high ceilings, and thoughtful finishes that include large windows with natural wood casings, hardwood floors, exposed beams, and steel staircase railings.  Most units have private balconies, and penthouse lofts open onto a common rooftop terrace that offers spectacular views of the dazzling San Francisco cityscape.

Lofts for sale at 380 10th Street, San Francisco (10th Street Loft)

10th Street Lofts for Sale, SF September 20, 2020
3
Listed
102
Avg. DOM
$813.06
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$998,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
Open (Virtual) 9/20
380 10th Street #27 San Francisco, CA 94103
$1,195,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
2
Beds
2
Baths
2004
Year Built
68
Days on Site
499586
MLS
This stylish & uinique VU loft w/direct outdoor access offers city living at it's best! The spacious, sunny top-floor unit spans 3 levels perfect for entertaining & enjoying life! Dramatic ceilings...
Under Contract
380 10th Street #12 San Francisco, CA 94103
$775,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
1
Beds
1
Baths
789
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
73
Days on Site
501103
MLS
Welcome to Tenth Street Lofts - Award Winning Brick & Timber building designed by Baum Thornley Architects. Built in 2004 & located in the heart of SOMA. This stunning unique one of a kind 2-Level...
Under Contract
380 10th Street #28 San Francisco, CA 94103
$998,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
1
Beds
2
Baths
1,550
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
168
Days on Site
496486
MLS
Exceptional TOP-FLOOR situated in a coveted brick & timber building in the thriving SoMa neighborhood. 1bed, Plus bonus space ideal for an OFFICE & 2Full Baths. Soaring ceilings, dramatic steel...

380 10th Street is close to all the amenities that SoMa has to offer.  Easy access to freeways and public transportation keeps commuting simple, while a nearby Costco (just around the corner) and Trader Joe’s (2 blocks away) take care of the practical needs that residents of the 10th Street Lofts might have.  And, of course, there are the clubs and restaurants scattered throughout the area that help make SoMa such a popular area for those who enjoy a little relaxation after a busy day at work.

Contact us for more information about 10th Street Lofts at 380 10th Street or for helping purchasing a San Francisco loft or lofts in the East Bay.

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