Stagehouse Lofts at 465 10th Street

Located in San Francisco’s SoMa district, Stagehouse Lofts at 465 10th Street gets its name from the building’s original use as a stage scenery factory in the 1920s.  With the demise of silent movies, the building at 465 10th Street was remodeled and repurposed; and over the years it served a variety of commercial enterprises.  In 1998, Hauser Architects breathed new life into 465 10th Street with a conversion that turned the industrial space into 18 luxury lofts.

Each of the lofts in the Stagehouse Lofts building is unique, with floor plans that range from a compact 700 square feet to larger 2-bedroom, 2-bath units of 2500+ square feet.  In-floor radiant heating keeps the units warm and comfortable and Cat 5 cable keeps electronic commuters connected.  All units have hardwood floors, industrial looking steel stairway railings, lofty ceilings, and high-end kitchens with concrete countertops and stainless steel appliances.  A few very exclusive units have rooftop terraces that embrace amazing views of the San Francisco cityscape.

Lofts for sale at 465 10th St, San Francisco (Stagehouse Loft)

Stagehouse Lofts for Sale, SF July 3, 2020
1
Listed
20
Avg. DOM
$857.00
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$875,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
Pending
1375 Harrison Street #3 San Francisco, CA 94103
$875,000
Subdivision: South Of Market
1
Beds
2
Baths
1,021
Sq.Ft.
1996
Year Built
21
Days on Site
499415
MLS
Visit loft1375harrison3 dot com/unbranded for 3D tour. A truly zoned live-work loft in intimate 4 unit association convenient to so much. Top floor rear unit with deck, tons of windows, huge...

465 10th Street’s SoMa location puts it within walking distance of many of life’s practical necessities.  Access to public transportation and freeways is easy; Costco is literally across the street; Trader Joe’s is a block away; and coffee shops, eateries, and clubs dot the surrounding neighborhood.  
 
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