Embarcadero Lofts | 300 Beale St.

Built in 1937, converted to homes in 1998 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001, Embarcadero Lofts is home to 59 residences at 300 Beale St. in the South Beach neighborhood. Notable features in the building include it’s historic architecture and prime South Beach location.

Home sizes at Embarcadero Lofts range from about 750 square feet up to about 2,500 square feet. Homes are available in one, two and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a rooftop terrace, beautiful attended lobby and historic building details.

Architect: Frederick H. Meyer

 

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Walk to Rincon Park

Peaceful Courtyard at Embarcadero Lofts

Enjoy the Embarcadero

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MLS Listed Homes in the Building

Loft Condominium
$349,010 | 1, 1
MLS# 482743
bedroom Loft Condominium Below Market Rate (BMR) housing opportunity available at 120% Area Median Income (AMI). Maximum income for 1 person = $99,500; 2 = $113,650; 3 = $127,850, etc. Must be 1st-time homebuyer & income eligible. Unit available thru...
Condominium
$1,025,000 | 1, 1
MLS# 481590
Welcome to the iconic Embarcadero Lofts, one of the sexiest industrial conversion buildings in San Francisco. Rarely available, this fully remodeled 1 bedroom designer home is located in the chic South Beach neighborhood. Ideal for entertaining, this light-filled urban paradise...
Condominium
$2,895,000 | 3, 2
MLS# 481900
This Historic NY Style Penthouse is truly a masterpiece! Converted from warehouse to residential in 1997, PH602 offers over 2300 sq ft of contemporary living space, polished concrete floors with radiant heat, 11' ceilings and a stunning 330 sq ft...
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More About the Building

Added to the National Register of Historic Places, here’s a brief summary of the building’s history and significance, as stated in the application:

Designed, by Frederick H. Meyer, FAIA (1876-1961), one of San Francisco’s most significant and prolific architects of the late nineteenth and. early Twentieth centuries, the Coffin-Redington Building is the only known extant example of Meyer’s design of a multi-faceted manufactory, which, in this instance, was an architecturally distinguished but understated, state-of-the-art pharmaceutical headquarters.

 

Number of Homes
59

Construction Schedule
1937/1998

Parking
Most homes have parking for one car, a few homes have no parking and some homes have two parking spots.

 

 

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Other Buildings To Consider

If you love the location but want a very different building style, consider Lumina, Infinity, or Mira. The Oriental Warehouse and Stagehouse Lofts are two other conversion buildings to consider if you love the style but not the location.

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