Mullen Buildings

Built in the 1920s and converted to homes in 2002, the Mullen Buildings are at 52 Rausch St., 60 Rausch St., and 73 Sumner in the South of Market (SOMA) neighborhood.

Home sizes range from about 600 square feet up to about 3,000 square feet. Homes are available in one, two and three-bedroom layouts.

 

Developer: Hauser Architects | Architect: Hauser Architects

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    Nearby Victoria Manolo Draves Park

    60 Rausch, One of the Mullen Buildings

    Short Walk to UN Plaza and Civic Center

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    MLS Listed Homes in the Building

    Condominium
    $699,000 | 1, 1
    MLS# 421598078
    Natural light and fresh air from your top-floor, outdoor deck make this 1-bedroom + office a winner! 1-car parking, in-unit laundry and outdoor space in this flexible and functional unit in this elevator-building is a must-see. Tucked away on a...
    Condominium
    $1,999,000 | 3, 1
    MLS# 421578624
    This rare and beautifully designed 3-bedroom loft is located on a quiet street and is filled with natural light throughout, featuring oversized windows that reach the top of the grand cathedral ceiling. Award-winning architect George Hauser transformed this 1920's Mullen...
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    More About the Building

    From the architect:

    60 Rausch consists of 37 historic live-work lofts. Located on a quiet tree-lined residential street in San Francisco’s South of Market district, 60 Rausch units have a unique floor plan and offer an exciting combination of concrete and steel finishes and many custom-designed features. The building has controlled entry, an elevator and a convenient parking garage.

    60 Rausch is the second stage in the historic Mullen Buildings development that includes 73 Sumner and 52 Rausch. The Mullen Buildings were originally constructed in the 1920’s during a South of Market industrial building boom. The complex housed the Mullen Company, which designed and constructed architectural millwork for banks and other businesses. Progenitors for the modernist industrial esthetic, the Mullen Buildings have now been artfully converted into high-quality lofts.

     

    Number of Homes
    37

    Construction Schedule
    1920’s/2002

    Parking
    All home have at least one car parking

     

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