1310 Minnesota Street Lofts at 1310 Minnesota St

1310 Minnesota Street Lofts is a newer residential loft building in the heart of San Francisco's Central Waterfront / Dogpatch neighborhood.  Designed with a contemporary mindset, 1310 Minnesota Street Lofts incorporates a sleek, well-defined industrial edge with comfort and urban chic.

The 30 units in 1310 Minnesota Street Lofts range from compact, 1-bedroom units to sizable, 2-bedroom, tri-level lofts of 1100+ square feet.  Lofts at 1310 Minnesota Street are bright and airy with expansive windows, high ceilings, open floor plans, and stylish kitchens.  Many lofts feature parking and private balconies or terraces.  Amenities for all include an elevator, a common patio, and lobby entryway.

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The Central Waterfront, also known as Dogpatch, is the last bastion of San Francisco residential real estate before the heavily industrial structures appear on the edge of the bay.  Prices tend to be somewhat lower than in many other sections of San Francisco, making it a popular choice for first-time homeowners.  1310 Minnesota Street Lofts is conveniently located for easy access to downtown San Francisco via light rail and area freeways heading north and south are nearby.

Contact the San Francisco Modern for more information about 1310 Minnesota Street Lofts at 1310 Minnesota Street or for assistance in buying or selling San Francisco lofts as well as lofts in Oakland and Emeryville lofts.

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