601 4th Street Lofts at 601 4th St

Taking inspiration from warehouse/loft living in New York City, McKenzie, Rose & Holliday Development Company partnered with David Baker + Partners in the late 1980s to create one of the first large loft conversions in San Francisco with the renovation of an old warehouse at 601 4th Street.  Originally used as a wine distribution center, the Heublein Building - as the structure was originally called - is on the border between South Beach and SoMa in what was once a gritty, industrial area, but is fast becoming one of the hippest neighborhoods in San Francisco.

The exterior of 601 4th Street retains its original industrial warehouse character, while the inside has been carefully crafted into 83 loft units with clean contemporary lines and thoughtfully contrasted elements of the old and the new.  601 4th Street features 70 one-bedroom units and 13 two-bedroom lofts with flexible open floor plans, original factory windows, and hard loft features that include tall, flared, concrete columns and high ceilings.  Residents can enjoy a common rooftop terrace that provides panoramic views of the surrounding city and deeded underground parking.

Lofts for sale at 601 4th Street, San Francisco

601 4th Street Lofts for Sale, SF July 11, 2020
2
Listed
22
Avg. DOM
$1,015.17
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,107,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
Pending
601 4th Street #302 San Francisco, CA 94107
$965,000
Subdivision: South Beach
1
Beds
1
Baths
1,026
Sq.Ft.
1918
Year Built
23
Days on Site
498721
MLS
The iconic Heublein building in prime South Beach, was once a wine warehouse & is one of San Francisco's first significant conversion lofts designed by David Baker & developed by Holliday Development...
$1,250,000
Subdivision: South Beach
1
Beds
2
Baths
1,147
Sq.Ft.
1916
Year Built
24
Days on Site
499204
MLS
Converted in 1989 by Holiday Development & David Baker, the 86-unit Heublein Bldg is a premier historic loft conversion in SF's South Beach. Former wine distribution building w/ industrial windows,...

Surrounded by the fun and convenience of the South Beach/SoMa area, 601 4th Street is in a great location for work and recreation.  Sports fans will appreciate its proximity to AT&T Park (close, but not too close...), and access to public transportation, local freeways, downtown San Francisco, and the Financial District is quick and easy.

Contact us for more information about 601 4th Street at 601 4th Street, or for experienced representation when exploring lofts for sale in San Francisco as well as lofts in the East Bay.

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