IronWorks Lofts at 1221 Harrison Street

Located on the site of the former Shrader Ironworks at 1221 Harrison Street, the name "IronWorks Lofts" invokes the once industrial nature of its location in San Francisco's South of Market area.  Built in 2004, the 28-unit Ironworks Lofts development is a relative newcomer to the live/work loft scene in SOMA.  Steel framing, with steel and concrete decking give the building strength; and clean, contemporary design gives the Ironworks Lofts panache.

The interiors, designed by Scheinholtz Associates, include dramatic walls of glass, high ceilings, hardwood flooring, open floor plans, and gourmet kitchens with high-end finishes.  All floor plans at 1221 Harrison include two full baths, laundry hook-ups, CAT-5 wiring, and a spacious sleeping mezzanine with a walk-in closet.   Other amenities include deeded parking for half the units, access to private storage, an elevator, and a spacious lobby with secured entry.

Lofts for sale at 1221 Harrison St, San Francisco (Ironworks Loft)

IronWorks Lofts at 1221 Harrison Street for Sale, SF September 21, 2020
3
Listed
26
Avg. DOM
$726.21
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$929,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
Under Contract
1221 Harrison Street #7 San Francisco, CA 94103
$999,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
1
Beds
2
Baths
1,404
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
75
Days on Site
499832
MLS
Gracious room scale, a flexible 1Bed+Den/2Bath floorplan and an exclusive-use terrace combine to create a dynamic urban home located in burgeoning central SOMA. Meticulously maintained with numerous...
$929,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
1
Beds
2
Baths
1,185
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
4
Days on Site
506294
MLS
This is a corner floor plan in one of the most unique loft developments in the city! This unit features 17 foot ceilings, gas fireplace and a private patio off of the living space. The kitchen has...
$899,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
1
Beds
2
Baths
1,316
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
3
Days on Site
506377
MLS
Stunning top floor bi-level 1 bedroom + office/2nd bedroom + 2 bathroom live/work loft in the heart of SOMA. Facing away from the busy streets, this quiet city oasis has grand living spaces w/...

The Ironworks Lofts' downtown San Francisco/SOMA location couldn't be handier for the weekday commute.  Interstate-80 and I-101 are each literally a minute away and the Civic Center/UN Plaza BART station is within walking distance.  And, of course, the nightlife, shopping, entertainment, and dining options that make SoMa such a popular San Francisco destination are just outside the front door.

Contact us for more information about Ironworks Lofts at 1221 Harrison Street, or for assistance purchasing a San Francisco Loft, lofts in Oakland or Emervyille lofts.

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