Stagehouse Lofts | 465 10th St.

Originally built in 1924 and converted to homes in 1998, The Stagehouse Lofts building is home to 18 residences at 465 10th St. in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood. Notable features in the building include the historic building and conversion loft style residences.

Home sizes at Stagehouse Lofts range from about 700 square feet up to about 2,500 square feet. Homes are available in one and two-bedroom layouts.


Developer: George Hauser | Architect: O’Brien Brothers/Hauser Architects



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    Adjacent to SF Design District

    Historic Architecture - Spacious Lofts

    A Few Blocks to Victoria Manolo Draves Park


    MLS Listed Homes in the Building

    $1,150,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 423905628
    The grand scale, high ceilings, stunning natural light and character of this Manhattan-style loft in San Francisco's Stagehouse Lofts building stops you in your tracks when you walk in. The soft dance of the evening light beaming in through the...

    Recent MLS-Listed Sales

    $815,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 421523736
    Top floor corner unit. Soaring main living area ceiling. Panoramic city views of downtown skyline including Salesforce Tower, Sutro Heights, & Oracle Park fireworks. Incredibly dramatic at night! Huge windows w/remote controlled roller blinds. Copious natural light throughout. Sophisticated kitchen...
    $830,000 | 1, 2, 1
    MLS# 480296
    Constructed circa 1924 to serve as a stage scenery factory and converted to lofts in 1998, the Stagehouse Lofts building at 465 10th Street contains 18 lofts ranging in size from 700 to 2,500 square feet. Unit 207 is approx....

    More About the Building

    From Hauser Architects:

    The historic Stagehouse Lofts building was designed by the O’Brien Brothers and completed in 1924 as a “stage scenery factory” for its original tenant, Herbert L. Rothchild Entertainment, Inc. The building was intended to serve the Rothchild chain of movie theaters, the 1917 California at 787 Market and Fourth Street, and the 1921 Granada (later Paramount) at 1066 Market St. The interior was remodeled in 1929 for the local branch of General Cable Company, which stayed until 1934. By 1937 the principle tenant was the Daily Pacific Builder. Printing related businesses occupied the building until 1998 when it was purchased and remodeled into the 18 high luxury lofts that it houses today.


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    One car parking per home.

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