Marquee Lofts | 151 Alice B. Toklas

Originally built in 1920 as a Cadillac dealership, the Marquee Lofts building in the Van Ness Avenue Corridor was converted to residential use in 1998. Located at 151 Alice B Toklas, the Marquee Lofts building is home to 53 residences ranging in size from just over 600 square feet for the smallest studio to 3,500 for the largest home. Homes are available in studio, one-, and two-bedroom layouts.

Notable features in the building include original details from the 1920s, ground floor retail, and a very walkable location.

Developer: Holliday Development | Builder: Sandis | Architect: David Baker + Partners

 

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    Close to the Civic Center

    Civic Center/Van Ness Corridor

    Building Entry on Myrtle/Alice B. Toklas

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    MLS Listed Homes in the Building

    Condominium
    $679,000 | 1, 1
    MLS# 421593678
    High design to the last square inch, this unique and stunning luxury loft is located on the 4th floor and punctuated with massive historical wood sash windows. This junior 1-bed is above and beyond all expectations. Impressive in its stunning...
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    More About the Building

    Tucked on an alley once known as Myrtle lies a unique opportunity known as 151 Alice B Toklas. While most Van Ness corridor buildings are recent construction, these homes were originally built as part of a Cadillac dealership and later converted to condos. It’s not typical to find conversion lofts in this part of San Francisco, which is part of what makes this building so special. Most Van Ness corridor buildings are of more recent construction and feature typical condo layouts and amenities that you would expect.

     

     

    Number of Homes
    53

    Construction Schedule
    Built in 1921 as a Cadillac dealership and converted to residential use in 1998.

     

    Parking
    Most homes have parking for one car, while a handful have two parking spaces and a handful have no parking.

     

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