767 Bryant at 767 Bryant Street

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.

Lofts for sale at 767 Bryant St, San Francisco (Villa Dei Fiori Loft)

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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.

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