Glassworks at 207 King Street

Glassworks is a sophisticated mixed-use condominium development located on the border between two of  San Francisco's trendiest neighborhoods, South Beach and Mission Bay.  Combining office and retail space with thirty-nine residential condominiums, 207 King Street is an elegantly styled building with a glass and terra cotta façade and clean modern finishes within.

Condominiums in Glassworks range from large, multi-level, 3-bedroom units to efficient 1-bedroom flats.  Regardless of square footage, however, the condo units in 207 King Street are luxurious and sophisticated.  High ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows add an open, expansive feeling; and gourmet kitchens featuring Studio Becker cabinetry and top of the line appliances combine practicality with style.  Amenities in Glassworks include central heat and air, enclosed parking, and a beautifully landscaped courtyard.

Loft condos for sale at 207 King St, San Francisco (Glassworks Loft)

Glassworks at 207 King Street Lofts for Sale, SF December 1, 2020
3
Listed
57
Avg. DOM
$1,099.27
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,095,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
$799,000
Subdivision: Mission Bay
1
Beds
1
Baths
684
Sq.Ft.
2003
Year Built
12
Days on Site
508642
MLS
Airy & bright GLASSWORKS residence w ultra high ceilings & LG private outdoor terrace! This tranquil home overlooking interior garden feat. stylish upgrades, floor to ceiling expansive windows,...
$1,350,000
Subdivision: Mission Bay
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,302
Sq.Ft.
2003
Year Built
15
Days on Site
500025
MLS
Modern, two-level water & Oracle Park view two bedroom home at Glassworks. The spacious entertainer's home features an open concept living and dining area on the first floor with two large bedrooms...
Under Contract
207 King Street #504 San Francisco, CA 94107
$1,095,000
Subdivision: Mission Bay
1
Beds
2
Baths
1,002
Sq.Ft.
2003
Year Built
148
Days on Site
500795
MLS
Welcome to this stunning two-level residence in the coveted Glasswork building. This spectacular unit offers views of the Giants Oracle Park, McCovey Cove and the city skyline from a dramatic wall...

207 King Street is literally across the street from AT&T Park, perfect for San Francisco Giants fans.  Eateries and grocery stores are nearby; and Glasswork's proximity to CalTrain and the San Francisco light rail and muni station, as well as the Embarcadero Freeway, I-80, and the Bay Bridge make commuting within San Francisco and to other Bay Area locations efficient and convenient.

Contact the San Francisco Modern Real Estate Team for more information.

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