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Small and stylish life in Yerba Buena for $1.2 million

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Two-bedroom condo inside converted building satisfies your most secret downtown yearnings

Sometimes we feel alone in our tawdry desire to live the downtown lifestyle. While many a detailed Victorian and exquisite Edwardian touch both the mind and heart, our more lustful longings have an eye pointed at anything flashy below Fourth Street. Enter the Montgomery.

A two-bed, one-bath, 952 square foot condo at 74 New Montgomery has opened up inside the Yerba Buena residential complex. A petite place, for sure, it’s also has 15-foot ceilings, 24-hour security, and views of the nearby Palace Hotel.

Fun fact about the building: The Montgomery was once home the San Francisco Call newspaper and its printing press from 1914 to 1950. When it was converted to luxury condos in 2005, it made headlines.

HOAs come to $845/month. Asking is $1,225,000.