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Penthouse inside Lower Haight's Theatre Lofts defines industrial-chic

Take a peek inside the Haight Street treasure

Built as a movie palace in 1926, this Historic Theatre Lofts screened many flicks before being adapted into lofts by architect George Hauser in 2001. While the exterior still looks the same, more or less, the insides are now strictly contemporary industrial.

A penthouse unit inside this iconic Lower Haight building has opened up. And what a treat it is. Featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,169 square feet, this sleek loft gives off an urban aura by way of exposed concrete, high ceilings, and industrial windows.

It even boasts a dining area and a secluded guest room. Overall, a great place to call home in a wildly popular hood. Don’t miss the roof terrace and one-car parking spot. The red accents on the deck are particularly nice. We would hope, however, that the new owner(s) will do more with such a space.

Asking is $1,095,000.

Theatre Lofts

560 Haight St., San Francisco, CA