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Designed in 1937 by Frederick H. Meyer, founder of the California College of Arts and Crafts, for use as office space, research and manufacturing, and warehousing for a large drug company, 300 Beale Street is now a 53-unit mixed-use condominium loft building called Embarcadero Lofts. Located in the heart of San Francisco's busy South Beach neighborhood, the Embarcadero Lofts renovation is an award winning conversion and in 2001 was designated a national historic landmark for architectural significance.
Condos in Embarcadero Lofts are luxuriously chic with an industrial edge. Exposed concrete, oversized windows, and high ceilings are true to the commerciahistory l of the building, while high-end finishes and well appointed common areas, including an elegant lobby and landscaped terraces, offer designer touches. Amenities at 300 Beale Street include parking, elevator access, and in-floor radiant heating.
South Beach is fast becoming one of San Francisco's hottest neighborhoods, and with good reason. Public transportation is nearby and the Bay Bridge is just minutes away. In addition to being close to transportation, shopping, and dining, Embarcadero Lofts keeps good real estate company, as well. Other high-end South Beach housing, including The Infinity and One Rincon Hill, are within a couple of blocks of 300 Beale Street.