As more and more baby boomers enter retirement age, the question of whether or not to sell their homes and move will become a hot topic. In today’s housing market climate, with low available inventory in the starter and trade-up home ...Read More
Built in 1867, the Oriental Warehouse was originally a distribution point for imports from the Orient. Over the years, the building at 650 Delancey Street eventually fell into a state of disrepair, suffering from neglect, earthquake, and fire. In the 1990s, the original building was rehabilitated and converted into an award winning live/work loft development with design and construction administration by local architectural firms LCA and Fisher-Friedman. The original brick walls were restored and a brand new structure was built within the walls, creating a win-win situation; the historic San Francisco landmark building had been preserved and unique, modern housing had been created.
The sixty-six lofts at 650 Delancey Street range in size from 1350 to 1800 square feet and feature both one and two bedroom units, some with a den. The homes in The Oriental Warehouse offer an authentic loft experience with open floor plans, high ceilings, exposed brick and timber detailing, and contemporary finishes. All lofts have two bathrooms, washer and dryer hookups, and deeded parking.
650 Delancey Street is in a perfect, and very convenient, South Beach location. Downtown San Francisco, the Financial District, SoMa, and Yerba Buena are within walking distance or just a short Muni ride away. Access to the Bay Bridge is quick and easy, and all the fun and excitement of South Beach including the waterfront, dining and shops, AT&T Park, the San Francisco Bay Trail, and the South Beach Yacht Club are just steps away.