Harbor Lofts | 400 Spear

Originally known as the Hathaway Warehouse, this historic 1857 building is one of the six oldest buildings in the city and is a designated historic landmark. Harbor Lofts was converted to residential use in 1996 and is now home to 46 residences at 400 Spear in the South Beach neighborhood. Notable features in the building include the large windows and age of the original structure.

Home sizes at Harbor Lofts range from about 500 square feet up to about 2,000 square feet. Homes are available in one- and two-bedroom loft-style layouts. Building amenities include elevator service and an interior courtyard.



South Beach Embarcadero

Historic SF Landmark Building

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More About the Building

One of San Francisco’s oldest buildings, it was originally built about 1857 and has endured the decades (and earthquakes) with grace and dignity. It was converted to homes in 1996, and the phenomenal South Beach location near the Embarcadero remains one of its greatest amenities.


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Built in 1857, converted to homes in 1996


Leased parking is available on site.


Other Buildings To Consider

There are numerous conversion developments nearby. The Oriental Warehouse, Capehorn Lofts, 1 Federal, and 650 2nd St. are just a few possibilities.

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