Horton Street Lofts For Sale

View the newest Horton Street Lofts for sale and Emeryville real estate below! Once 23,000 square feet of warehouse space, the Horton Street Lofts were converted into Emeryville’s first commercially-zoned live/work project in 1993. Designed by locally-based architectural firm Costarella Architects, the lofts at 4300 Horton Street are classic conversions that embody industrial boldness with modern comfort in the heart of one of the East Bay’s trendiest communities. For additional information on Horton Street Lofts properties for sale in Emeryville or to schedule a studio showing, contact your Bay Area real estate specialists today. Read more about Horton Street Lofts.

Lofts For Sale at Horton Street Lofts Emeryville

Horton Street Lofts Statistics December 5, 2020
1
Listed
15
Avg. DOM
$537.84
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$995,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$995,000
Subdivision: Emeryville
3
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,850
Sq.Ft.
1917
Year Built
16
Days on Site
40925657
MLS
Housed in a converted brick and timber warehouse originally built in 1917, 4300 Horton Street, Suite 15 is a 3++BD/1.5BA 1850 sq ft modern industrial live/work loft in downtown Emeryville. Fondly...

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Horton Street Lofts Market

Tall ceilings, large windows, and exposed brick, concrete and beams couple with skylights and open floor plans to create unique spaces in the 15-unit Horton Street Lofts development. Individual loft units range in size from just over 1400 square feet to over 1800 square feet. Private entrances and split-level design in many of the lofts keep the tradition of live/work possible in the truest sense of the word.

Horton Street Lofts Building Amenities

Getting around Emeryville, or commuting to other Bay Area locations, is simple and convenient for residents of the Horton Street Lofts. Emery Go Round is a free shuttle service that connects Emeryville with the MacArthur BART station, and an Amtrak station is just down the street. For those who prefer to drive, 4300 Horton Street is just blocks away from the Bay Bridge and the intersection of I-880, I-80, and I-580, linking Emeryville with San Francisco and the rest of the Bay Area.

Horton Street Lofts Agents

Considering the purchase of a studio in Horton Street Lofts? Let our team of local real estate professionals help you through the purchase of your new Horton Street Lofts property or the sale of your current loft residence. As Emeryville real estate agents, we have expert insider knowledge of the market dynamics unique to Horton Street Lofts.

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