68 Harriet at 68 Harriet Street

68 Harriet is a contemporary loft building located in the heart of San Francisco's flourishing South of Market neighborhood.  Designed by Gary Gee Architects, who have worked on a variety of residential and mixed-use projects in San Francisco, including live/work lofts at 188 King and 1011 23rd Street and a luxury, solar-powered condominium project at 238 Olive, the Harriet Street development features 16 sophisticated lofts with modern, open floor plans.

The lofts in 68 Harriet are multi-level units, with each home being on two or three levels.  All feature large windows, ample closet space, gas fireplaces, deeded storage and parking, and stylish kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.  Some units have private balconies or French balconies, and residents share a common rooftop terrace that offers beautiful views of the surrounding city.

Lofts for sale at 68 Harriet Street, San Francisco

68 Harriet Street Lofts for Sale, SF April 19, 2021
1
Listed
33
Avg. DOM
N/A
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$738,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$738,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
1
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
6,964
Sq.Ft. Lot
2003
Year Built
34
Days on Site
421523674
MLS
This corner, end unit, spacious loft has it all. Bright and airy one bedroom, one and a half bathroom, live/work loft centrally located in SoMa, just steps away from Folsom street. Huge bonus that...

68 Harriet's convenient SoMa address puts residents close to all the benefits that city living has to offer.  68 Harriet is close to the dining and clubs that add excitement to the SoMa lifestyle and is across the street from the SoMa Recreational Park with its basketball courts, indoor gymnasium, and weight room.  Public transportation is nearby and access to I-80 and the Bay Bridge is quick and convenient. 

Contact us for more information about 68 Harriet at 68 Harriet Street, or for assistance locating lofts for sale in SF or purchasing lofts in the East Bay.

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