The Landmark at 333 Grant Street

Housed in a historic, turn of the century building The Landmark at 333 Grant Street is a stunning condominium / loft conversion located in the heart of San Francisco's bustling Union Square / Financial District.  With a traditional façade and grand lobby, The Landmark presents a dignified, stately face to the public.  The private spaces within are contemporary urban condominiums and lofts that seamlessly combine the grace of another era with modern sensibility.

Each of the 39 units in The Landmark is unique, and floor plans include studio, one, and two bedroom condominiums on the lower floors, and nine loft units on the top floor.  All condos and lofts at 333 Grant Street have perimeter walls of exposed brick and are tastefully finished with hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, mahogany cabinets, and granite countertops.  Some units have private decks and all residents enjoy the use of a rooftop terrace that provides panoramic views of San Francisco.  Amenities for The Landmark also include security, storage lockers, a conveniently located bicycle room, and long-term leased parking in a nearby garage.

Loft-style condos for sale at 333 Grant St, San Francisco (The Landmark)

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333 Grant Street sits on the boundary between the Downtown San Francisco District and the Financial District, just one block from the city's famous Union Square shopping area.  No location in San Francisco could be better for walkability, shopping, dining, or commuting convenience.

Contact the San Francisco Modern Team for more information about The Landmark at 333 Grant Street, or assistance in buying or selling a San Francisco loft.

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