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Located in San Francisco's Dogpatch / Central Waterfront neighborhood, 2002 3rd Street Lofts is another of Stanley Saitowitz's innovative designs. The architect, whose portfolio includes Yerba Buena Lofts and 1234 Howard Street, is well known for bold design - and the building at 2002 3rd Street does not disappoint. With a façade that is faintly reminiscent of a multi-story Quonset hut and cleverly utilized interior spaces, 2002 3rd Street Lofts is a unique example of contemporary urban architecture and lifestyle.
Lofts at 2002 3rd Street are well designed for the live/work lifestyle. Square footage varies, ranging from an efficient 759 square feet to an expansive 2200 square feet. Seven lofts have direct street-side entry into ground floor office space and a second, private entry to the living space above. Other lofts have differing configurations with innovative floor plans maximizing the vertical use of space. Amenities for 2002 3rd Street Lofts include parking and private balconies or terraces.
2002 3rd Street Lofts has a great location in an emerging San Francisco neighborhood. Real estate in the Central Waterfront / Dogpatch district is still relatively affordable, attracting a variety of buyers. 2002 3rd Street Lofts is within walking distance of the UCSF Mission Bay campus as well as a number of neighborhood cafes and eateries. A light rail and bus stop is just outside the front door, offering convenient commuter options to residents who do not work from home.