Yerba Buena Lofts at 855 Folsom Street

Yerba Buena Lofts at 855 Folsom Street in San Francisco represents contemporary architecture at its modernist extreme - and, as such, has garnered a number of awards and commendations, including an AIA Design Excellence Award and a place in The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture.  Designed by Stanley Saitowitz - Natoma Architects, whose portfolio includes loft projects at 1234 Howard and 1022 Natoma, YBL pushes the design envelope with an austere facade of concrete and glass.

Each of the 200 residential lofts at 855 Folsom Street is strikingly modern, with 16-foot ceilings, expansive glass walls, and open floor plans.  Individual lofts range from 640 square feet to 1,400 square feet; and features include stainless steel appliances, sleek European styled cabinetry, and granite countertops.  All homes in the YBL loft building have outdoor space - ground level units enjoy private garden patios, while the upper floors have balconies or large terraces.  Amenities for Yerba Buena Lofts include onsite management and maintenance services, deeded garage parking, and a 24/7 attended lobby.

Lofts for sale at 855 Folsom St, San Francisco (Yerba Buena Loft

Yerba Buena Lofts for Sale, SF December 8, 2019
3
Listed
30
Avg. DOM
$1,253.94
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$795,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
Open 12/8
855 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA 94107
$451,000
Subdivision: Yerba Buena
1
Beds
1
Baths
2001
Year Built
17
Days on Site
492343
MLS
1 bedroom Below Market Rate (BMR) housing opportunity available at 100% Area Median Income (AMI). Maximum income for 1 person 86,200 2 people = $98,500; 3 = $106,550; 4 = $110,850, etc. Must be...
Open 12/8
855 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA 94107
$1,154,500
Subdivision: Yerba Buena
2
Beds
2
Baths
2001
Year Built
18
Days on Site
492592
MLS
Stunning Yerba Buena Loft PENTHOUSE! Awarded 2/2 with soaring ceilings, flexible layout, skylight, balcony and a great location with amazing VIEWS! HIGH-END FINISHES: Beautiful natural concrete,...
Pending
829 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA 94107
$795,000
Subdivision: Yerba Buena
1
Beds
1
Baths
634
Sq.Ft.
2010
Year Built
59
Days on Site
491273
MLS
Newly constructed in 2010, 829 Folsom is a boutique building in the heart of the vibrant Yerba Buena District. This serene, extremely private courtyard-facing unit features a large bedroom, a...

855 Folsom Street is in the heart of San Francisco's Yerba Buena neighborhood, just steps from Yerba Buena Gardens, Moscone Center, and some of the finest museums that the city has to offer.  Commuting is simple with both public transportation and area freeways just a few short blocks away.

For more information about Yerba Buena Lofts at 855 Folsom Street, or assistance in buying or selling a San Francisco loft, contact a member of the San Francisco Modern Real Estate Team.

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