368 Elm at 368 Elm Street

368 Elm Street is a newer (construction completed in 2007) boutique condominium building in San Francisco's Civic Center district.  With five stories presenting clean, geometric lines, 368 Elm Street puts forward an exuberant contemporary face to the outside world.  The interior is sleek and sophisticated with touches of luxury and cosmopolitan flair.

The twenty-eight condominium homes in 368 Elm offer a variety of sizes and floor plans, from 650+ square feet studio units to larger 1200+ square feet, 2-bedroom/2-bathroom condos.  All condominiums, regardless of size, enjoy luxury amenities that include gourmet kitchens with European cabinetry, granite countertops, and high-end stainless steel appliances; open living areas with gas fireplaces; bamboo flooring; deeded parking; and access to a rooftop terrace with comfortable seating and sweeping views looking out over the Civic Center and the hills of San Francisco.  A few select condos also have private balconies.

Loft style condos for sale at 368 Elm St, San Francisco

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368 Elm Street's Civic Center location is a convenient downtown San Francisco address and puts it within walking distance of public transportation, including BART, light rail, and bus stations. 368 Elm is also close to City Hall, a variety of dining options, and entertainment opportunities that include the San Francisco Opera, Ballet, and Symphony as well as the theaters found in San Francisco's entertainment district.

For more information about 368 Elm at 368 Elm Street or assistance in buying or selling a condo or loft in San Francisco, contact San Francisco Modern Real Estate.

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