Built by the O'Brien Brothers as a stage scenery factory for the Rothschild Entertainment Group in 1924, the 10th Street industrial warehouse was converted into lofts in 1998, making it one of the city’s first true conversions.
Reconceived by Hauser Architects, the corner residential building now houses 18 lofts. And one of those spaces—a two bed, two bath, 1,609-square foot number—has just landed on the market.
Highlights include cement walls and ceiling, massive windows allowing for natural light, and the joys of living in SoMa.
Last sold in 2003 for $560,000, it’s back on the market asking for $1,095,000.