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Cubix Yerba Buena at 766 Harrison Street

Cubix Yerba Buena at 766 Harrison Street is a somewhat revolutionary (at least by U.S. standards) condominium building in San Francisco's Yerba Buena neighborhood.  What makes the condominiums so unique is their size, which ranges from a minuscule 250 square feet to a slightly larger 350 square feet.  The beauty of this development is not, however, in its size - or lack thereof, but in its efficient layout and relatively affordable price, making home ownership in downtown San Francisco a possibility for many first time homebuyers.

Designed by George Hauser Architects, creator of several other San Francisco loft/condo developments including Stagehouse Lofts and The Mullen Buildings, Cubix Yerba Buena is an 8-story building with 98 studio units.  The condos are minimalist in style, with tall ceilings, large windows, and streamlined galley kitchens that feature scaled-down, stainless steel appliances.  Many of the condos at 766 Harrison Street have small outdoor decks; and residents share a large, landscaped rooftop terrace that comes complete with built in gas grills and fabulous cityscape views.

Condos for sale at 766 Harrison St, San Francisco (Cubix Loft)

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766 Harrison Street has a wonderfully convenient location.  Public transportation is just down the street, Whole Foods Market is next door, and the surrounding area (which includes SoMa, South Beach, and Mission Bay) is full of dining and entertainment opportunities.

Contact us for more information about Cubix Yerba Buena at 766 Harrison Street or for assistance in locating lofts for sale in San Francisco.  Additionally, if you are exploring affordable lofts in the Bay Area, we would encourage you to investigate lofts in Oakland as well as Emeryville lofts.

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