Cape Horn Lofts at 540 Delancey Street

Tucked away on a quiet corner in the midst of the busy South Beach San Francisco neighborhood, Cape Horn Lofts at 540 Delancey Street is a renovated brick and timber warehouse, circa 1907.  With a conversion that included seismic retrofitting designed by Pfau Architects, who also designed a similar renovation of the Mill Building at 720 York Street, Cape Horn Lofts originally included 16 units.  A later remodel by a tenant merged two lofts into one large, luxurious, 2900 square foot penthouse home.

The remaining 14 units at 540 Delancey Street range in size from a compact 650+ square feet to 1468 square feet. The lofts retain the brick and timber, warehouse style of the original building tempered by modern amenities that include hardwood floors and a landscaped interior courtyard, along with an elevator and a parking garage.

Lofts for sale at 540 Delancey St, San Francisco (Cape Horn Loft)

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Cape Horn Lofts have a convenient South Beach location close to shops and dining.  The Ferry Building with its shops, restaurants, farmer's market, and - of course - ferry transportation that links San Francisco with Marin County and the East Bay is a mile away.  Public transportation is nearby and Interstate-80 and the Bay Bridge are literally within a just a couple minutes drive.

Contact us to learn more about Cape Horn Lofts at 540 Delancey Street or to find out more about lofts for sale in San Francisco as well as Emeryville loft listings.

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