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)

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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.  
 
Contact us for more information about Stagehouse Lofts at 465 10th Street, or for experienced local representation when purchasing a San Francisco loftEmeryville loft, or Oakland loft

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