The Clocktower Lofts at 461 2nd Street

The Clocktower, in South Beach (San Francisco) is an award winning loft conversion designed by the prolific team of David Baker Architects, who also designed the loft conversions at 355 Bryant and 601 4th Street in San Francisco, as well West End Commons and Pacific Cannery Lofts in Oakland, Iron Horse Lofts in Walnut Creek, and the Emeryville Warehouse Lofts.  Originally a three building complex built in 1907, the brick and timber structures at 461 2nd Street were renovated into 127 live/work units in the early 1990s.

The lofts in the Clocktower Building are organized around three landscaped courtyards that serve as common space and provide access to the interior units.  Each loft is a unique unit, with no two being exactly alike; but features common to most units include exposed brick, arched windows, hardwood floors, and concrete or timber support columns.  Most units have a laundry closet and interior garage parking as well.  Residents at 461 2nd Street share a common roof deck that offers views of the surrounding city.

Lofts for sale at 461 2nd Street, San Francisco (The Clocktower Loft)

The Clocktower Lofts at 461 2nd Street for Sale, SF September 21, 2020
3
Listed
56
Avg. DOM
$1,000.02
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,025,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$639,700
Subdivision: South Beach
1
Baths
510
Sq.Ft.
1907
Year Built
12
Days on Site
502010
MLS
Located in the historic Clock Tower building, this genuinely authentic and charming conversion loft has been updated with modern cabinetry and finishes which complement its original brick and timber...
Pending
461 2nd Street #C220 San Francisco, CA 94107
$1,025,000
Subdivision: South Beach
1
Beds
1
Baths
1,216
Sq.Ft.
1907
Year Built
66
Days on Site
500419
MLS
Built in 1907, the iconic & historic Clocktower building in prime South Beach, was once the headquarters of The Schmidt Lithography Corporation & is one of San Francisco's earlier conversion lofts...
$1,189,000
Subdivision: South Beach
1
Beds
1
Baths
1,317
Sq.Ft.
1907
Year Built
94
Days on Site
500054
MLS
A rare offering of a 'one-of-a-kind'' live/work loft conveniently located in the serene and tropical courtyard of San Francisco's most historically significant loft building, The Clocktower. This...

The Clocktower is within walking distance to the Financial District and downtown San Francisco, as well as the waterfront and AT&T Park.  BART and the Muni station are nearby and the on ramp for I-80 and the Bay Bridge is literally just a few yards away.

Contact us for more information about The Clocktower at 461 Second Street, or for assistance in buying or selling lofts in San Francisco or lofts in the East Bay.

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