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188 King Street is a live/work loft-style condominium building in San Francisco's trendy South Beach neighborhood. Gary Gee, whose portfolio includes a unique solar condominium complex at 238 Olive in downtown San Francisco, created the original design for the seven story development, which was later managed by Michael Leavitt of Leavitt Architecture. With a bold, red brick façade and large aluminum framed windows, 188 King Street is a perfect complement to the neighborhood's stylishly retro personality.
With AT&T Park right across the street, the mixed-use loft building at 188 King Street is a baseball enthusiast's dream - but you don't need to be sports oriented to appreciate the location or lifestyle this fashionable mixed-use complex offers. Built as an infill project where a garment factory once stood, 188 King features lofts with 16-foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, and sleek modern finishes. Amenities include a doorman and on-site parking.
188 King Street's South Beach address puts it in the heart of South Beach. Safeway is within walking distance and the Potrero Hill Whole Foods Market is nearby. Commuters have easy access to the Bay Bridge and local freeways, and public transportation is quick and convenient: the San Francisco CalTrain station is a block away, and there is a light rail/bus stop just outside the front door.