This top-floor, brick and timber loft is furnished, which has to account for some of the $4,995 a month you'd pay to live in the 1,462 square foot, one-bedroom unit. Right? Anyway, this is the 355 Bryant, which has appeared on Curbed twice before. Originally built in 1916 and home then to General Electric, the building was converted into lofts in 1992 by architects David Baker + Partners. The lofted level has a private room "that is perfect for an office with French doors that open up to your private, ROOF DECK OASIS." Well, as the ad says: "Just bring your suitcases!" And make sure that at the rent you're paying, you really love that furniture.
· TOP FLOOR, BRICK & TIMBER LOFT w/ VIEWS! PRIV Roof DECK! [Craigslist]
· Head to Head: Brick & Timber or Victorian for $899,000? [Curbed SF]
· Livin' and Workin' at 355 Bryant [Curbed SF]