Central Station

The Bay Area's Newest Destination

Monday, March 10, 2008

Historical Perspective...

In 1989, Rick Holliday completed the first conversion loft building in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood, which at the time was a residential outpost in the middle of an industrial neighborhood on the brink of transformation. Like the Pacific Cannery Lofts, the Heublien Building was a concrete structure offering loft dwellers an opportunity to purchase large, creative space in a truly industrial neighborhood, at a fraction of the cost of other residential options. Against conventional wisdom of the time, the Heublien Building, located at 601 4th Street, was converted into 88 lofts, igniting a transformation of the industrial areas of San Francisco’s SOMA district.

Follow this link to a current listing at 601 4th Street – this loft, by the same developer and architect, originally sold for around $300,000 and is now listed at over $1,300,000.

http://sfarmls.rapmls.com/scripts/mgrqispi.dll?APPNAME=Sanfrancisco&PRGNAME=MLSPropertyDetail&ARGUMENTS=-N784656675,-N217192,-N,-A,-N12558271

0 Comments :

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home