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Stunning unit inside SoMa’s Heublein building asks $1.09 million

Old-timey gymnastic rings included

The historic Heublein building in South Beach has a place in our hearts. Not your average condo-conversion, this place kicked off said craze in 1989 when it converted this 1915 concrete industrial building into habitable units.

Today a gorgeous two-level unit inside landed on the market.

Featuring one bed and one bath, this lower level condo comes with 1,224 square feet, its own private street entrance, and remnants of its industrial past (soaring ceilings, concrete columns, and massive windows).

It also comes with ye olde gymnastic rings. Possibly part of the decor, possibly part of some sort of Crossfit aesthetic. You be the judge.

Asking is $1,098,000.

Heublein Building

601 4th street, san francisco, ca 94107