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Union at 2101 - 2125 Bryant Street

Union is a merging of the old and the new into an eclectic condominium complex in San Francisco's lively Inner Mission district.  With SB Architects at the helm, the historic, three-story brick warehouse at 2101 Bryant Street was converted into a 23-unit condominium/loft development, and a new building was built adjacent to the warehouse conversion at 2101 Bryant.  Originally slated to be two separate developments, Coach House Lofts at 2101 Bryant Street and Bryant Commons at 2125 Bryant, the development is now known simply as Union.

The brick and timber building at 2101 Bryant Street (Coach House Lofts) was meticulously transformed into 23 condos that retain the industrial warehouse character of the original building, while the new structure (Bryant Commons) at 2125 Bryant Street is a contemporary, 53-unit complex arranged around a central courtyard.  Amenities for condos and lofts in Union include deeded parking and stylish kitchens with stainless steel appliances, designer cabinets, and marble countertops.

Lofts for sale at 2105 - 2125 Bryant St, San Francisco (Union)

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Union's location on Bryant Street between 19th and 20th Streets is perfect for today's busy urban lifestyle.  Two Whole Foods Markets are nearby (one in Potrero Hill and the other to the west on Valencia Street) and the neighborhood is full of cafes and small eateries. For commuters, access to transportation is easy.  Two BART stations serve the Inner Mission neighborhood and 2101 Bryant/2125 Bryant is within a few blocks of the Bayshore Freeway.

Contact our team for more information about Union Lofts at 2101 - 2125 Bryant Street or for assistance in purchasing lofts in San Francisco as well as East Bay lofts.

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