650 2nd St.

Originally built in 1923 and converted to homes in 1996, 650 2nd St. is home to 25 residences in the South Beach neighborhood. Notable features in the building include exposed concrete details including mushroom cap columns.

Home sizes at 650 2nd St. range from about 1,250 square feet up to about 4,500 square feet. Homes are available from one to five-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a shared roof deck and the historic conversion status of the building.

 

Architect: CCS Architecture

 

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South Beach Embarcadero

650 2nd St.

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MLS Listed Homes in the Building

Loft Condominium
$1,795,000 | 1, 2
MLS# 498703
Minimalist,Modern. Brilliantly conceived & executed by Feldman Architects & owners, this masterpiece in one of SF most desirable Live/Work loft buildings is a study in crisp, modern minimalism and luxurious comfort. Flawless build was beyond the studs w/meticulous attention to...
Loft Condominium
$1,800,000 | 1, 2
MLS# 494545
Behind an unassuming facade you enter into a historic building, home to 25 live/work spaces. This boutique South Beach warehouse features mushroom capped concrete columns, a common roof deck with views of the Bay, and a beautifully restored Art Deco...
Loft Condominium
$4,950,000 | 4, 4
MLS# 494421
This authentic and rare one-level live/work loft is a brilliant interpretation of contemporary living while juxtaposed against the canvas of a 1926 historic conversion. One of the largest lofts in San Francisco measuring approx. 4,190 sq. ft. with 4 bedrooms...
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More About the Building

Originally built in the 1920s as a tire warehouse for BF Goodrich, the building was converted to homes in 1996. The building is home to 25 residences, many of them with unique and highly customized floor plans.

 

Number of Homes
25

 

Construction Schedule
Built in 1923, converted to homes in 1996.

 

Parking
Most homes have one car or more parking.

 

Amenities and Finishes
The building is noted for the exposed concrete columns with mushroom caps, as well as exposed steel beams in some homes.

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Other Buildings To Consider

If you love this building, you’re highly likely to be interested in other conversion projects like 164 Townsend around the corner or the nearby 355 Bryant or Oriental Warehouse.

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