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In the 1920s, prohibition closed the doors of the original Jackson Brewery at 1489 Folsom Street in San Francisco's industrial South of Market (SoMa) district. In 1992, the Emeryville based architectural firm of Siegel and Strain breathed new life into the classic Romanesque Revival brick building with a complete seismic upgrade and conversion into an award winning, mixed-use loft project. Today, the Jackson Brewery building complex has the distinction of being on the National Register of Historic Places and is also listed as a San Francisco City Landmark.
Ranging from a compact 600 square feet to an expansive 3100 square feet, each of the seven loft units in the Jackson Brewery building is unique. Brick walls, exposed structural steel, and high ceilings give each of loft-style condominiums at 1489 Folsom Street the feeling of authenticity, while hardwood floors, maple cabinetry, and high end finishes add a touch of luxury.
With clubs and restaurants lining the nearby streets, Jackson Brewery is well located for residents who want to enjoy some of SoMa's vibrant nightlife. When the workday arrives, bus and light-rail transportation are conveniently located for those who commute within the city. For commuters who need to travel outside San Francisco, the Civic Center/UN Plaza BART station is just a few blocks away and local freeways are just down the road.