1234 Howard at 1234 Howard Street

Sleek and spare, with clean lines and a minimalist attitude, 1234 Howard is an award winning multi-family building in the heart of San Francisco's trendsetting SOMA neighborhood.  Built in 2007, 1234 Howard defies the traditional loft notion of multi-level living spaces and exposed trusses and ductwork, while at the same time embracing it with floor to ceiling windows, open floor plans, and interiors that are stripped down to the barest essentials.

The sleek anodized aluminum and glass façade of 1234 Howard Street hints at the stunning interiors.  Clean modern lines, walls of glass, bamboo flooring, stylishly austere kitchens, and thoughtful details combine to create a contemporary, light-filled, luxurious space in the one and two bedroom condominium units.  Residents can control automated louvers on the southern exterior, providing privacy for the interior and a constantly changing face to the outside world.

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1234 Howard is well located for commuting.  Downtown San Francisco, the Financial District, and the Civic Center are minutes away by foot or public transportation.  The nearest Metro Station is two blocks from 1234 Howard, and the Civic Center/UN Plaza BART station is merely half a block beyond that.  Two major freeways (I-80 and 101) are just south of Howard Street for those who must venture beyond San Francisco.

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