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Located in San Francisco's diverse Inner Mission district, the Mill Building at 720 York Street is one of the city's true classic loft conversions. Built in 1886, the original building was a fabric warehouse/factory used by the Pacific Felt Company. The renovation, designed by Pfau-Long Architecture, was completed in 1998 and turned the industrial building into a contemporary live/work loft complex with 45 residential and commercial units in a classic brick and timber structure.
The lofts in the Mill Building are unique, with varying floor plans that include cozy 500+ square feet units to larger lofts with more than 2000 square feet. Exposed brick walls and open wood beam ceilings help retain the true, industrial feel of an authentic loft, while hardwood floors and modern amenities keep the homes practical and comfortable.
720 York Street is at the western edge of the boundary between the Inner Mission district and Potrero Hill, putting the conveniences and amenities of both neighborhoods within easy reach. Residents of the Mill Building will find that shopping and dining are nearby, as are local freeways and public transportation.