Clock Tower Lofts | 461 2nd St.

Built in 1907 and converted to homes in 1992, the Clock Tower Building Lofts are home to about 127 residences at 461 2nd St. in the South Beach neighborhood. Built in 1907 and home to the Schmidt Lithography Company for decades, the Clocktower Building was amongst the first loft conversions in San Francisco.

Home sizes at the Clock Tower Building Lofts begin at about 500 square feet and range up to about 2,500 square feet. Homes are available in studio/loft, one, two and three-bedroom layouts.

Developer: McKenzie, Rose, & Halliday | Architect: David Baker

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Nearby South Park

Historic and Modern Lofts

South Beach Living

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MLS Listed Homes in the Building

Condominium
$1,225,000 | 1, 1
MLS# 421522247
A stunning remodel of a one-of-a-kind'' live/work loft conveniently located in the serene and tropical courtyard of San Francisco's most historically significant loft building, The Clocktower! This beautiful brick and timber loft has recently been transformed by HSH interiors. This...
Apartment
$3,950 | 1, 1
MLS# 512425
For Lease. Stunning light filled corner loft at Clocktower live/work building with exposed brick walls and timber beams throughout. Dating back to 1907, the Clocktower building was originally the home of the Max Schmidt Lithography Company. In 1992 the building...
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Other Buildings to Consider

The Oriental Warehouse and Capehorn Lofts are two nearby classic conversion buildings, while 200 Brannan isn’t far and offers more traditional condo layouts.

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