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Homes on Esprit Park at 900 Minnesota Street

The condominium development at 900 Minnesota Street is a restoration project that skillfully integrates the old with the new.  Built on the site that once housed the historic Schilling Wine Cellars, and in later years was headquarters to the Esprit clothing company, Homes on Esprit Park combines the restored original brick and timber warehouse with two new steel-framed residential buildings to create contemporary housing that retains the resolute character of the Central Waterfront / Dogpatch neighborhood.

Homes on Esprit Park was designed with an environmentally friendly mindset featuring double-paned thermal windows, in-floor hydronic heating, and water-wise sustainable landscaping.  Many of the 142 condominium units at 900 Minnesota Street have private patios or decks, and residents enjoy access to landscaped courtyards, a fitness center, secured underground parking, bicycle racks, and additional storage space.

Loft style Condos for sale at 900 Minnesota St, San Francisco (Esprit Park)

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Homes on Esprit Park has a handy Central Waterfront/Dogpatch location.  It is close to public transportation (downtown San Francisco is just minutes away via light rail) and access to the Bay Bridge and other Bay Area locales is quick and easy via the Embarcadero Freeway.  900 Minnesota Street is just a mile from Whole Foods Market and other Potrero Hill shops and restaurants, and the UCSF Mission Bay campus is just down the street.

Contact us for more information about Homes on Esprit Park at 900 Minnesota Street or to discuss how we can assist you with the purchase or sale of San Francisco lofts, Emeryville lofts or lofts in Oakland California.

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