Glen Park Marketplace at 2815 Diamond Street

Glen Park Marketplace is a mixed-use development on the corner of Wilder and Diamond Street in San Francisco's Glen Park neighborhood.  After fire destroyed the original building at 2815 Diamond Street, a grass roots effort to bring a full service grocery into Glen Park evolved into what eventually became Glen Park Marketplace, a new building with a gourmet grocery, the Glen Park library, and 15 residential condominiums.

Designed by Sternberg Benjamin Architects, who have created several San Francisco mixed-use and condo/loft projects, including 88 Townsend and The Valencia, Glen Park Marketplace is a low-rise, brick building with a slightly industrial feel and clean modernist lines.  Inside, the condos are bright and contemporary, with a host of amenities including large windows, hardwood floors, granite countertops, and private patios or balconies.

Lofts for sale at 2815 Diamond St, San Francisco (Glen Park Marketplace)

Glen Park Marketplace at 2815 Diamond Street Lofts for Sale, SF July 4, 2020
1
Listed
15
Avg. DOM
$1,051.99
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,295,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$1,295,000
Subdivision: Glen Park
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,231
Sq.Ft.
2006
Year Built
16
Days on Site
498428
MLS
Welcome home to 53 Wilder St #403! This well-configured and light-filled top-floor residence is located in the heart of Glen Park Village, boasting two generously sized bedrooms, two full bathrooms,...

Glen Park Marketplace is a commuter's dream.  2815 Diamond is only a block from the Glen Park BART station and within steps of bus stops that link the neighborhood with other San Francisco locations.  With food and books in the building, shops and restaurants down the street, and public transportation right outside the door, Glen Park Marketplace brings big city convenience to a neighborhood that has small town charm.

Contact us for more information about Glen Park Marketplace at 2815 Diamond Street or for experienced representation when searching for San Francisco lofts for sale as well as East Bay lofts.

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