San Francisco Real Estate Blog


355 Bryant St.

Originally built in 1916 as a printing house and converted in 1992, 355 Bryant St. is home to 44 residences in the South Beach neighborhood. Notable features in the building include exposed brick and timber details. Home sizes at 355 Bryant St. range from about 1,000 square feet up to…

Stagehouse Lofts | 465 10th St.

Originally built in 1924 and converted to homes in 1998, The Stagehouse Lofts building is home to 18 residences at 465 10th St. in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood. Notable features in the building include the historic building and conversion loft style residences. Home sizes at Stagehouse Lofts range from…

695 5th St.

“Loft style open floor plans and transit options galore!” – Britton Built in 1999, 695 5th St. is home to 20 residences in the SOMA neighborhood of San Francisco. Home sizes at 695 5th St. include one-bedroom and two-bedroom loft-style homes.

Hawthorne Place | 77 Dow Place

Built in 2002, Hawthorne Place, located at 77 Dow Place,  is a loft-style building in modern construction at the intersection of the Yerba Buena, SOMA, and South Beach neighborhoods. Nearby are the Embarcadero, Financial District, Union Square, Moscone Center, Yerba Buena Gardens, and the SF Museum of Modern Art.  …

200 Brannan

“A meticulous marriage of soaring spaces, concrete, and glass around a lush courtyard.”  – Matt Completed in 2004, 200 Brannan contains 190 residences in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. 200 Brannan shares amenities with 1 Federal, a warehouse from the 1900s that has been converted to 49 loft-style homes.…