The Beacon at 250 & 260 King Street

Located on the edge of San Francisco's South Beach neighborhood, along the border of Mission Bay and SoMa, The Beacon at 250 and 260 King Street is a large, mixed-use condominium development with shops and offices on the lower floors and condo units above.  The complex fills the entire block along King and Townsend Streets, between Third and Fourth, and includes eight towers that vary in height from seven to sixteen stories.

As would be expected in such a large development, condominium units in The Beacon come in a variety of sizes and floor plans.  Some have private balconies and many have floor to ceiling windows that take in stunning views of the surrounding cityscape.  Amenities for all the condos at 250-260 King Street include concierge service, convenient parking, and access to a fitness center, business center, private dog park, lap pool and two outdoor spas - as well as the use of a clubhouse that residents can reserve for private parties.

Loft-style condos for sale at The Beacon, San Francisco

The Beacon Lofts for Sale, SF October 22, 2021
3
Listed
166
Avg. DOM
$1,073.14
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,850,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
Open 10/23
250 King Street #752 San Francisco, CA 94107
$1,850,000
Subdivision: Mission Bay
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,653
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
8
Days on Site
421596634
MLS
Highly desirable SW corner 3BR/2BA w floor to ceiling walls of expansive windows provide a stunning backdrop to everyday living w breathtaking iconic views of the Bay & Oracle Prk! Unparalleled in...
$735,000
Subdivision: Mission Bay
1
Beds
1
Baths
760
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
224
Days on Site
421525349
MLS
Spacious, light-filled, open floor plan one bedroom with serene garden views. Modern kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Gorgeous hardwood floors throughout. and in-unit...
$1,949,000
Subdivision: South Beach
1
Beds
2
Baths
1,720
Sq.Ft.
1995
Year Built
270
Days on Site
513576
MLS
Top floor 2021 remodeled penthouse loft in boutique South Beach building | Tucked away on quiet Lusk Street, this spacious loft was fully renovated in 2021 w/ spectacular on-trend design finishes and...

The Beacon's King Street address offers residents great convenience.  With banking, a grocery, coffee shops and restaurants in the complex, the necessities of daily life are close at hand.  The Beacon is close to the waterfront and less that a block from AT&T Park. The San Francisco CalTrain and Muni Station are across the street from The Beacon and local freeways are just minutes away.

Contact the San Francisco Modern Team for more information about The Beacon at 250-260 King Street, or assistance in buying or selling a San Francisco loft.

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