Mullen Buildings Lofts at 73 Sumner, 52 Rausch & 60 Rausch

The Mullen Buildings is a residential and live/work loft complex located on two quiet streets in the midst of San Francisco's busy South of Market district.  The 61-unit development consists of two converted industrial buildings at 73 Sumner Street and 60 Rausch Street and a newly constructed building at 52 Rausch Street.  Designed by Hauser Architects, who also did the conversion of the nearby Stagehouse Lofts, The Mullen Buildings blend comfort with a modern, industrial edge.

Each floor plan for the lofts in The Mullen Buildings is unique, although they all share similar finishes and amenities, including kitchens with stainless steel appliances and granite or concrete countertops, washer and dryer hook-ups, and radiant floor heating.  The 37 loft conversions at 60 Rausch Street have an elevator, a parking garage, and some units feature a private deck.  73 Sumner Street is made up of 16 live/work lofts, many of which have private decks in addition to a common deck on the top floor, as well as an elevator, and convenient parking. 

Lofts for sale at The Mullen Buildings

Mullen Buildings Lofts for Sale, SF September 25, 2020
2
Listed
43
Avg. DOM
$858.43
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,749,500
Med. List Price
2 Properties
$1,300,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,498
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
8
Days on Site
506261
MLS
Spacious 2 bed, 1.5 bath conversion 2-level live/work loft by Hauser Architects in the historic Mullen Building. Located on a tree-lined street, the live/work space is a symphony of modern design and...
$2,199,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,590
Sq.Ft.
2002
Year Built
80
Days on Site
501055
MLS
This rare and beautifully designed 3 bedroom loft is located on a quiet street and is filled with natural light throughout, featuring over-sized windows that reach the top of the grand cathedral...

The new Mullen building at 52 Rausch Street features 8 residential lofts, with one, two, and three bedroom floor plans.  The second and third floor lofts at 52 Rausch Street have private decks and all units have access to an adjoining parking garage.

The Mullen Buildings' convenient SoMa location provides commuters with easy access to local freeways and public transportation.  Market Street and the Civic Center BART and Metro stations are just a few short blocks away.  Also within walking distance are the eateries, coffee shops, and clubs that are part of the attraction SoMa has for so many San Franciscans.

For more information about The Mullen Buildings at 52 & 60 Rausch Street and 73 Sumner, or assistance in buying a loft in SF, contact San Francisco Modern.

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