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Located on the corner of Bryant and Morris Streets in San Francisco's popular SoMa district, 767 Bryant was originally a "for rent/lease" loft development known as Villa Dei Fiori Lofts. The 20 loft units at 767 Bryant Street have since been converted into condominiums and offer buyers an excellent opportunity to own a stylish new loft in a convenient South of Market location.
767 Bryant is a contemporary building with touches of luxury in each of its loft residences. With floor plans that range from a comfortable 900 square feet to a bountiful 3400+ square feet, the well-appointed lofts feature 2 or 3 levels with large windows, high ceilings, and open floor plans. Amenities at 767 Bryant Street include an elevator, deeded garage parking, and ample storage space - in addition to large walk-in closets. Some units have private sun decks, fireplaces, and stunning views of downtown San Francisco.
SoMa is one of San Francisco's hippest and most popular neighborhoods. Many tech companies have set up business in the South of Market area, giving it a certain techie cachet, and it has long been known for its clubs and nightlife. 767 Bryant is just blocks away from public transportation and access to I-80 is just down the street.