Allied Box Factory Lofts at 2169 Folsom Street

The Allied Box Factory Loft is a thoughtfully done conversion of an old timber warehouse and factory complex into an authentic, mixed-use, live/work development that features 15 live/work units, eight work studios, and six commercial spaces.  Built in 1907, the building was originally home to Allied Box (which is still in business, but has moved to Richmond CA) and retains the gritty industrial character that was once an integral part of the Inner Mission neighborhood.

Although the development at 2169 Folsom Street consists of several individual buildings, Allied Box Factory presents a unified face to the world, pulled together by a single color of paint.  While not all of the live/work units or artist's lofts have private terraces, all residents and tenants can enjoy the use of a gated courtyard that offers a peaceful garden retreat from the busy outside world.

Lofts for sale at 2169 Folsom St, San Francisco (Allied Box Factory Loft)

Allied Box Factory Lofts at 2169 Folsom Street Lofts for Sale, SF July 13, 2020
1
Listed
17
Avg. DOM
$1,355.94
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$4,998,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$4,998,000
Subdivision: Inner Mission
4
Beds
3
Baths
3,686
Sq.Ft.
2001
Year Built
18
Days on Site
499291
MLS
Perched high above the trees amongst a luxuriously redesigned artists' community, this modern penthouse showcases large-scale industrial-chic living spaces coupled with fresh greenery and lavish...

Allied Box Factory's 2169 Folsom Street address is in a great location in San Francisco's Inner Mission district.  Good restaurants, cafes, and clubs are in the neighborhood and Allied Box Factory is just a few short blocks from BART and MUNI.  For those who must drive, access to local freeways is quick and easy. 

Contact our team for more information about Allied Box Factory at 2169 Folsom Street or to find out more about lofts for sale in San Francisco, Emeryville lofts or Oakland live-work lofts.

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