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Industrial warehouse turned industrial loft in SoMa asks $2.79 million

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A concrete lover’s dream

Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Tal Klein Real Estate

The price tag alone is worth the close proximity the Eagle, located next door, whose Sunday beer bust is legendary among the LGBTQ leather set. Awesome afternoon tipsiness aside, if you’ve ever wanted to see what the heck is going on inside this industrial residential space in SoMa, wonder no more. The pad, an expansive and idea-rich home, is up for grabs.

Featuring two bedrooms, two and a half baths, and approximately 3,000 square feet, 1 Bernice benefits from a recently completed remodel care of Levy Art + Architecture. And, swoon, it’s a concrete lover’s dream.

Polished concrete ground floor pairs nicely with the concrete ceilings. Plank wood floors on the mezzanine level provides contrast. And the glass blocks are, as always, a nice touch.

Originally built in 1930, this warehouse was transformed into live/work spaces in the heady dot-com 1.0 era. Today it’s been updated to fit contemporary tastes—a lot of space for the right kind of buyer.

The building, right in the heart of SoMa, has only two other units inside. HOAs are $628/month, paid quarterly. Asking is $2,795,000.