Toy Factory Lofts | 1 Rausch Real Estate & Homes For Sale

#SOMA” – Matt

1997 conversion, home to 8 residences at 1 Rausch St. in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood of San Francisco. 1 Rausch homes, known as the Toy Factory Lofts, are in an incredibly walkable and convenient location in the heart of SOMA.

Home sizes at 1 Rausch include studios, one-bedroom homes, and two-bedroom homes. Home layouts are designed as live/work lofts. There are no building amenities available.

Architect: James Magni


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    Doggie-Friendly Victoria Manolo Draves Park

    Toy Factory Lofts in SoMA

    Nearby Civic Center Plaza


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    Recent MLS-Listed Sales

    $925,000 | 1, 2, 1
    MLS# 422701382
    Gorgeous Live/Work Loft in the heart of Soma. Recent designer remodel on both baths and kitchen, this home is turn key and excellent value. Private street entrance, deeded parking with electric charger being installed, and XL storage.
    $1,077,000 | 1, 2, 1
    MLS# 422692720
    Chic condo loft with double height soaring ceilings in the converted historic Toy Factory. Local artist, Kyle Reicher designed and constructed the steel structure that adds a dramatic focal point, extends the living space and serves as an art piece....
    $1,750,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 421602382
    This modern SOMA penthouse conversion loft offers grand, double-plus height ceilings, one-of-a-kind architectural elements, and a corner orientation with walls of oversized windows in a 2 BD + Den, 2 BA open bi-level floor plan. Combining original structural elements (exposed...

    More About the Building

    Located in the heart of the SOMA neighborhood, the loft homes at 1 Rausch are also known as the Toy Factory Lofts and were converted from their prior usage in 1997. The building features “New York style” loft conversion in a building that was originally built in 1909. The central SOMA location is within a short distance of nearby parks and other neighborhood recreation opportunities, not to mention easy freeway access for commuters and the transit options along Market street.

    Nearby construction at 99 Rausch will bring much activity and an influx of new residents and expectations to the street, area, and neighborhood. The building also stands to benefit from the re-zoning of the Central SOMA plan, which the Board of Supervisors is debating approval of in 2017,  which will bring about 50,000 new jobs to the central SOMA area over the coming decades.


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    Construction Schedule
    Built in 1909 / Updated in 1997

    1 Per Unit/ on-site garage

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