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

    Condominium
    $1,195,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 421614281
    An impeccable expression of loft living in a historic conversion loft building, #411 at Embarcadero Lofts is defined by a 2020-completed renovation by April Sheldon and Black Mountain Construction | Development - design/build team to the Bay Area's most discerning...
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    More About the Building

    Tucked between soaring glass towers you’ll find this delightful conversion building that has long been a part of the neighborhood fabric. 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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