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Located on the corner of Harrison and Spear at 400 Spear Street in South Beach, The Harbor Lofts is a loft conversion complex in one of San Francisco's oldest warehouse buildings. Originally constructed in the 1850s, the Hathaway Warehouse, as the building was originally known, was transformed into 46 live/work lofts in 1996. The project was awarded the Gold Nugget Award of Merit for Adaptive Reuse in 1997. MBH Architects, architects of record for the project, have designed several well-known loft and loft conversions, including North Beach Malt House, The Odeon, and Embarcadero Lofts.
Homes in The Harbor Lofts are arranged around a two-story central courtyard and range in size from a streamlined 650 square feet to a substantial 1700 square feet. High ceilings, exposed brick and timber, and open floor plans help the lofts at 400 Spear Street retain the industrial character of the original warehouse. Amenities for The Harbor Lofts include in-unit laundry hook-ups, dual pane windows, and available leased parking.
The Harbor Lofts is conveniently located in the heart of South Beach, within walking distance of the Ferry Building and Embarcadero, AT&T Park, and downtown San Francisco. Public transportation, with links to the city and surrounding Bay Area is nearby; and 400 Spear Street is literally at the foot of the Bay Bridge - putting the East Bay and beyond just a hop, skip, and jump away.