310 Townsend at 310 Townsend Street

Quite literally sitting on the district boundary between San Francisco's SoMa and South Beach, and just a block from Mission Bay, 310 Townsend is a stylish conversion of a classic brick commercial building into a 45-unit condominium development.  With a brick façade and arched windows, the building at 310 Townsend Street has a substantial, industrial look that resonates with the history of the South of Market neighborhood.  Inside, the condos are sophisticated and modern.

Each of the one and two bedroom units in 310 Townsend retains some the architectural elements that were original to the building.  Exposed brick walls and wooden rafters, large windows, and high ceilings give the condos a loft-like edge; while Studio Becker designed kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and stone countertops offer each unit a polished finish.  Some, not all, units have dedicated parking; but with 310 Townsend's convenient location, many residents find they don't even need a car.

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310 Townsend Street in an ideal San Francisco address for walkability.  Just about every amenity imaginable is within a two-block radius, including a grocery, shops, restaurants, and banking services.  The San Francisco CalTrain station is across the street and the 4th & Townsend bus stop is on the corner.

For more information about 310 Townsend at 310 Townsend Street, or assistance in selling or buying a loft in San Francisco, California, contact San Francisco Modern Real Estate.

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