One South Park at 1 South Park Avenue

One South Park is an elegantly renovated condominium building in San Francisco's South Beach district.  Housed in what was once a large tobacco trading warehouse, the award-winning loft conversion at 1 South Park Avenue was completed in 2007 and features 35 upscale loft-style condominiums, including nine two-story penthouse homes.

One South Park offers 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units ranging in size from a snug 681 square feet condo to a lavish 2699 square feet home.  Residences at 1 South Park Avenue are stylish and luxurious, with loft-like finishes that include high ceilings, large industrial-style windows, and concrete walls and pillars.  Penthouse units have private rooftop terraces that embrace expansive views of San Francisco and the Bay.  All units have deeded parking.

Lofts for sale at 1 South Park Ave, San Francisco (One South Park Loft)

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South Beach has become a popular San Francisco neighborhood for homeowners looking for the convenience of city living without the headaches.  1 South Park is in a walkable section of South Beach - just a few short blocks from AT&T Park and surrounded by shops and restaurants.  Access to public transportation is handy and I-80 and the Bay Bridge are just minutes away.

Contact us for more information about One South Park at 1 South Park Avenue or to find out more about lofts for sale in SF as well as lofts for sale in Oakland California.

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