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Top-floor, industrial South Beach loft asks $1.17 million

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Chic and expansive space near the ballpark is too luxe to ignore

Right along Second Street, as you head toward AT&T Park to catch a Giants game, there exist a series of converted lofts that may go unnoticed while under the duress of Giants fever. Which is too bad since they’re too nice to pass up.

Take, for example, the loft conversions at 355 Bryant.

Across the street from the noted Clock Tower lofts, these brick-and-timber gems are woefully underrated.

A top-floor unit recently landed on the market, featuring one bed (sans walls), one bath, 1,257 square feet, massive brick walls, renovated kitchen and bath, two skylights, and more.

Other notable attractions are access to South Park (currently under renovation) and excellent walkability to downtown and around the Embarcadero. This is what city living looks like.

Asking is $1,175,000.