The Hayes Lofts at 55 Page Street

Located in fashionable Hayes Valley, The Hayes is an eight-story, 128-unit condominium development designed by Heller Manus Architects, a local firm whose portfolio contains a number of prestigious San Francisco condominium and loft developments including One Ecker Place, 199 New Montgomery, and 733 Front Street.

The building at 55 Page Street is a contemporary infill project that skillfully integrates the chic, modern aesthetic of The Hayes with the surrounding vintage San Francisco architecture.  Inside, the condos are fashionable and finished with quality touches that include bamboo flooring, Studio Becker cabinetry, and stainless steel appliances.  Many units have large bay windows and private balconies.  Amenities include a large landscaped roof terrace, a private (residents only) gym, and secure parking.

Loft-style condos for sale at 55 Page St, San Francisco (The Hayes)

The Hayes Lofts at 55 Page Street for Sale, SF January 19, 2020
1
Listed
4
Avg. DOM
$1,363.45
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$649,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$649,000
Subdivision: Hayes Valley
1
Baths
476
Sq.Ft.
2008
Year Built
5
Days on Site
493677
MLS
The Hayes located at 55 Page Street is in the heart of the city. This beautiful Studio condominium has everything a sophisticated urban dweller desire. S/S appliances, in-Unit laundry, hardwood flrs,...

The Hayes Valley is one of San Francisco's more popular neighborhoods.  Restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and nightlife are within walking distance of 55 Page Street.  Public transportation is handy and freeway access is nearby, helping to make The Hayes a great choice for commuters as well as those working in downtown San Francisco.

Contact the San Francisco Modern Real Estate Team for more information about The Hayes at 55 Page Street or assistance in buying or selling lofts in San Francisco.

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