Heublein Building Lofts | 601 4th St.

Originally built in 1916 for a wine distributor, it was converted to homes in 1990. The Heublein Building is home to 85 residences at 601 4th St. in theĀ South Beach neighborhood.

Home sizes range from about 900 to about 3,000 square feet. Homes are available in loft-style studio, one and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include elevator access and a shared roof deck.


Developer: Holliday Development| Builder: Branagh Construction | Architect: David Baker + Partners



Nearby Mission Bay Park

Unusual and Interesting

Enjoy the Embarcadero


MLS Listed Homes in the Building

$1,179,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 421537936
Converted in 1989 by Holiday Development & David Baker, the 86-unit Heublein Bldg is a premier historic live/work loft conversion in SF's South Beach. Former wine distribution building w/ industrial windows, concrete columns & high ceilings. Unit 312 is a...
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More About the Building

Originally built as a wine warehouse, this was an early project by the same team that would go on to do 355 Bryant and several other conversion projects.


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Originally built in 1916 for wine storage, converted to residences in 1990.

Homes have at least one car parking, many homes in the building have two parking spots.



Other Buildings To Consider

If you’re in the mood for a conversion loft, 355 Bryant and The Oriental Warehouse are worth considering. If you love the location but want more recent construction, The Palms is across the street.