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Condo inside historic Clock Tower building seeks $1.3 million

Features massive industrial-style paned windows

Photos by Exceptional Frames, courtesy of Kristen Stuecher at Climb Real Estate

One of the city’s most intriguing yet underrated buildings—built in 1907, the site was once the headquarters of the Schmidt Lithograph Corporation, once the largest printer on the West Coast—the Clock Tower, smack dab on the border of SoMa, Rincon Hill, and South Beach, is always a treat.

An unit inside the historic building landed on the market recently. And while it’s no penthouse, it’s still a nice specimen inside a sought-after structure.

Featuring two beds, one and a half baths. and 1,788 square feet, 461 Second Street, unit T460 comes with soaring ceilings, mushroom-capped concrete pillars, new hardwood flooring, and more.

HOAs are $821. Asking is $1,349,000.

The Clocktower Building

461 2nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107