San Francisco Lofts
1909 warehouse converted into lofts in 2001.
Unit inside the Oriental Warehouse seeks $1.79 million.
Includes commercial space and two-floor residence.
Formerly owned by Web 1.0 bigwig Steve Perlman (WebTV, Mova), this two-story loft doubled as both home and think tank back in the heady early aughts.
Built in 1917 as a warehouse and printing shop, 355 Bryant was transformed into live/work lofts in 1992 shortly before the first dot-come wave and bust.
Inside circa-1910 residential space, converted over the last decade into live-work homes, is a loft up for grabs for princely sum.
Comes with private terrace.
A concrete lover’s dream next door to a beloved South of Market music venue.
A lot of loft for $7.95 million, hiding in an unassuming SoMa building.
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.
Too many old industrial warehouses in neighborhoods like Mission Bay or the Mission District have been turned into staid, antiseptic living spaces. But the Oriental Warehouse in South Beach proves a beautiful, important exception.