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)

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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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