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Twitter Founder's Moving On From His Humble SoMa Penthouse

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Earlier this year, Twitter founder Evan Williams had a heart to heart with the New York Times, and told them he's building a modern home, designed by his wife, that he hopes will be finished in 2010. In the meantime, he's looking to unload his SoMa penthouse in the David Baker-redesigned Hublein Heublein Building at 601 4th St. The 2-bed, 2-bath loft has 1,792 square feet and is going for just about a million and a half at $1,498,000. The pad that Twitter funded boasts 11' ceilings, two-car parking, and a whopper of a 110" high-def projected video screen. Tweet-worthy, that's for sure.
· 601 4th Street #PH3 [McGuire, via On the Block]
· Flasher's Paradise in a SoMA Penthouse [Curbed SF]
· On the Market: Class Act on 4th Street [Curbed SF]


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