York Street Studio Lofts  at 2711 18th Street

The York Street Studios at 2711 18th Street in San Francisco's hip Inner Mission District is one of the city's original live/work loft conversions.  Located in the former See's Candy factory (circa 1920), York Street Studios were designed by Kotas - Pantaleoni Architects, whose designs include The Hawthorn at 77 Dow and Zoe Studios in San Francisco and the Key Route Lofts in Emeryville.

York Street Studios consists of 24 live/work lofts and a convenient ground floor cafe - perfect for a quick early a.m. cup of coffee or a bite to eat after a busy day.  The loft conversions at 2711 18th Street are authentic industrial style lofts with flexible open floor plans, high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling factory windows, exposed concrete finishes and, in a few units, small outdoor balconies.  Units range in size from a compact 650 square feet to a relatively spacious 1300 square feet.

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York Street Studios' great location in the northeast portion of the Inner Mission District puts it within walking distance of eateries, shops, and grocery stores - including the Whole Foods Store in nearby Potrero Hill and a Safeway that is just 3 blocks away.  Commuters will appreciate the proximity of public transportation and the local freeways which link San Francisco with the East Bay, South Bay, and the Silicon Valley.

For more information about York Street Studios located in the See's Candy warehouse at 2711 18th Street, or assistance in buying or selling a loft, townhome, or condo in San Francisco, California, contact San Francisco Modern Real Estate.

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