Bed/Bath: 1 Enclosed Office / 1 Bath
Parking: Street Parking
Type: Commercial Space Only -Unfurnished
Terms: 1 Yr Lease Terms
Extraordinary Conversion Loft Commercial Space with Huge Patio and Lots of Natural Light in the Heart of North Beach
This expansive loft was built in 1907 as a barn in the heart of North Beach. It features much of the original industrial detail, including the beam ceiling, wood window frames, caged lighting and exposed concrete.
The main level includes the main space, an enclosed office, and a large private deck, with a beautiful stairway leading down to a foyer large enough for use as a reception area or storage.
- Office/commercial space only; no residential use
- Second-floor unit with no upstairs neighbors
- Perfect for a small business or startup
- Windows on all sides provide abundant natural light
- Huge open main area
- Galley kitchen with black stained concrete counters and stainless steel backsplash, refrigerator, electric oven/range and microwave
- 1 enclosed office with modern light fixtures
- Bathroom with shower-over-tub and 2 windows
- Large private deck perfect for entertaining and barbecues, accessible from both main room and office
- Beautiful staircase to entryway with polished concrete and glass block accents, custom accent wall, steel and wire railings
- Entryway large enough for storage or reception area
- Gorgeous hardwood floors throughout main area, office and entry, tile in bathroom
- Industrial detail throughout including exposed wood and concrete and custom salvage elements
- Extremely desirable location in the heart of North Beach, next door to Fior D'Italia (the oldest Italian restaurant in the United States) and the historic San Remo hotel
- 1 block from Trader Joe's, Safeway
- Walking distance to the North Beach pool, bocce courts, tennis and basketball courts
- Street parking
Best known as San Francisco's Little Italy, North Beach’s rich and vibrant history makes it one of the City’s most fascinating neighborhoods.
From its earliest beginnings, when North Point docks served as the gateway for immigrants from penal colonies throughout Europe, South America, and the Australia, to the late 1800s when thousands of Italians chose this neighborhood as their new home, North Beach has held locals and visitors alike in its thrall.
Today, North Beach sidewalks bustle with residents and tourists who appreciate the neighborhood’s historic landmarks, coffee houses, shopping and nightlife venues.
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