South of Market (SOMA)

The black-sheep neighborhood of San Francisco tried its hardest to avoid being the cool-kid neighborhood. Gay leather bars mix with wholesale flower warehouses and multi-million dollar conversion lofts. 6th and Mission is hardcore-homeless while blocks away multi-million dollar penthouses soar above neighborhood challenges.

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    Nearby Museum of Modern Art

    Facing North to Market St. on 10th Street

    Rooftop Garden

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    SOMA Neighborhood Vibe
    Once gritty and industrial. Like its neighbors to the east, though, SOMA has transformed itself into a dynamic and bustling residential neighborhood. The eclectic and bohemian brother to South Beach and Yerba Buena, where you’re just as likely to find a tech startup adjacent to a neighborhood non-profit as you are a historic warehouse building adjacent to a modern luxury building in this black-sheep of a neighborhood.

    Popular SOMA Home Styles
    Warehouses converted to lofts. Live/work lofts from circa 2k. Modern condo buildings in low-rise buildings. SOMA Grand towers over the neighborhood at around 21 stories. Quirky alleys with wood-frame unit buildings and a few forgotten single-family homes.

    Getting Around in SOMA
    Served by transit-rich Market Street along the northern neighborhood boundary and bisected by the elevated portion of I-80, streets were designed for semi-trucks. You can walk it, you can bike it, but lately, we don’t suggest driving it because vehicular traffic is painfully slow.

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    South of Market Area Homes for Sale

    Open 12/01 12:00pm till 04:00pm
    Condominium
    $585,000 | 1, 1, 0
    MLS# 422708888
    1 Bed/1 Bath Loft. 1288 Howard is a thoughtfully conceived & luxuriously appointed new condominium complex that brings you the best of SoMA, Hayes Valley, & The Theater District. Residences are designed for how people live, work, entertain and relax....
    Condominium
    $839,000 | 1, 2, 0
    MLS# 422709639
    Spacious 1BR/2BA live/work loft situated in the heart of vibrant SOMA and the Mid-Market tech corridor. Perfect for the urbanite in search of a unique and spacious home, this spacious 1 bedroom, 2-bathroom loft is sure to impress with double...
    Condominium
    $870,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 422707170
    Don't miss the opportunity to live in the heart of San Francisco! Located on the 2nd floor, this 2BR/2BA features hardwood floors in the main living area, Plush carpet in the bedrooms, stainless steel Bosh appliances, a gas range, custom-designed...
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    Recent SOMA Home Sales

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    Condominium
    $730,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 422696062
    Great opportunity to own a bright, spacious live/work Loft in SOMA. This 12-unit building in a quaint alley boast17 foot ceilings, open space, and larger window. Two bedroom and two and half bathroom loft offers a modern kitchen with stainless...
    SOLD
    Condominium
    $730,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 422696062
    Great opportunity to own a bright, spacious live/work Loft in SOMA. This 12-unit building in a quaint alley boast17 foot ceilings, open space, and larger window. Two bedroom and two and half bathroom loft offers a modern kitchen with stainless...
    SOLD
    Condominium
    $834,000 | 1, 2, 2
    MLS# 422690883
    Incredible South of Market 1 bedroom / 2 full bath work/live loft. Don't miss the rare opportunity to live in the prestigious IRONWORKS live/work building. Modern industrial architecture and construction, this loft has it all. Wake up to two stories...
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    SOMA Conversion Lofts, Lofts, and Condo Buildings

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    More About South of Market

    The South of Market area (SOMA) was once a gritty and industrial neighborhood. Like its neighbors to the east, though, SOMA has been transformed over the past 30 years into a dynamic and bustling neighborhood. A bit more eclectic and bohemian than either South Beach or Yerba Buena, it’s a neighborhood where you’re just as likely to find a tech startup adjacent to a neighborhood non-profit as you are a historic warehouse building adjacent to a modern luxury building.

     

    SOMA is home to a fascinating collection of historic buildings. Recent years have seen the arrival of community neighborhood infrastructure that people expect in a residential neighborhood, including grocery stores and updated parks. The area is also subject to a new city plan that envisions lots of new jobs but not as many new homes in the neighborhood.

     

    There are very few free-standing single-family homes, with most homes in SOMA being condos and live/work or conversion lofts. Options for public transit and freeway access are both pretty good. Several of the neighborhood streets serve as feeder streets to both 101 and 80 on-ramps and can be fairly frustrating to navigate during rush hour because of the heavy traffic volumes.

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