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Originally built in 1916 for use as a warehouse and printing shop, and converted in 1992 into a luxury loft building, 355 Bryant Street in San Francisco's South Beach neighborhood is one of the city's most authentic live/work loft conversions. Designed by David Baker + Partners, who have been instrumental in planning other award winning conversions including the Pacific Cannery Lofts in Oakland and the Emeryville Warehouse Lofts, 355 Bryant has a true loft aesthetic both inside and out.
With 44 units, ranging from an efficient 997 square feet to an ample 2800 square feet, the lofts at 355 Bryant are hip, stylish, and luxurious with a contemporary industrial flair. Although the specific configuration of each loft may be unique, they all share common characteristics of high ceilings, open floor plans, brick walls, exposed beams, and concrete or wide-plank wooden flooring. Some units have conservatory-style walls leading to private courtyards; others have walls of industrial floor to ceiling windows.
355 Bryant Street's South Beach location puts it close to some of the best that San Francisco has to offer. Shopping, entertainment, and dining options are in the immediate neighborhood, while AT&T Park, the Ferry Building, the CalTrain terminal, and the Embarcadero BART station are all within walking distance.