655 5th

Built in 1999, 655 5th is home to 20 residences in the SoMa neighborhood. Notable features of the building include modern architecture.

Home sizes at 655 5th range from just under 900 square feet up to about 1,850 square feet. Homes are available in one and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include private balconies and laundry rooms in-home.



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    Half A Block From The Caltrain station.

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    $735,000 | 1, 2, 1
    MLS# 422692889
    Set over 1,265 sq. ft., this modern SOMA loft reflects the style and energy of its sought-after neighborhood. Two sets of oversized windows soar to double-height ceilings, filling the home with natural light. The open floor plan is perfect for...
    $809,100 | 1, 2, 1
    MLS# 422628274
    One block to CALTRAIN! This is your chance to own a chic modern live|work loft in a bustling area of San Francisco. Centrally located in the Soma district, this residence is a top floor, one bedroom, two bathroom loft condo...
    $810,000 | 1, 2, 1
    MLS# 422627128
    Iconic Penthouse Live|Work Loft City Living. Large central skylight with fireplace creates a unique living space. Wall of triple paned windows is one of many thoughtful upgrades. 1BD 2BA with luxe touches is bright & open. Cozy outdoor space via...

    More About the Building

    655 5th Street Lofts are located at the center of a dynamic and bustling neighborhood, surrounded by coffee shops, Michelin star restaurants, wine bars, and clubs. Close to Oracle Park and the Historic Waterfront near Chase Center. The location offers immediate access to freeways (280, 101, 80), MUNI, and CalTrain to the Peninsula and Silicon Valley.

    The South of Market Area is a fascinating mix of pretty much everything. There are areas that range from extreme poverty (think 6th St. @ Mission) to extreme wealth (there are plenty of multi-million dollar conversion lofts sprinkled throughout the neighborhood). There are historic warehouses juxtaposed with mid-century mistakes and brand new construction (not to mention plenty of unfortunate live-work loft-in-box buildings built right around 2000). From busy thoroughfares like Howard or Folsom street to sweet parks tucked quietly away the South of Market area is truly a neighborhood that has pretty much everything.


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    Homes have one car garage parking, generally side-by-side.

    Amenities and Original Finishes

    In-Home Laundry, Storage Spaces, Independent Parking

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