Listed at $1,695,000
At the Intersection of Hayes Valley, Mid Market & Valencia
Ideally situated within a 1909 elegant brick building that was used as the inspiration to craft this impressive collection of 109 condominium residences. Unit A105 was designed to accentuate the extra-tall soaring ceilings in this uplifting 2 bedroom floor plan.
Formerly the headquarters of the Salvation Army, this historic conversion building is an outstanding example of the most desirable form of loft living in San Francisco. In the heart of The City’s most diverse and dynamic neighborhood, the Inner Mission district is bustling with culture, great food and trendy nightlife and conveniently near easy-to-use public transportation, technology shuttles and freeways for an easy commute.
This unit is part of the Mayor's Office of Housing City Second Loan Program, but the property is open for anyone to purchase. City holds the right of first refusal for this property. City 2nd loans are available to buyers who qualify.
Property Floor Plan
Property Features2 Bedrooms 1.5 Baths1 Car Parking with interior accessIn-unit laundryApprox. Sq. Ft. = 904HOA Dues - $469 monthlyPet friendly buildingYear Built 199799 WalkScore100 Transit Score99 Bike Score
The building features a sunny courtyard, elevator, and secure underground garage.
*Nearby districts: Castro, Mission, Hayes Valley, SOMA & the Valencia Corridor
Inner Mission Neighborhood
The Inner Mission is one of San Francisco's most vibrant neighborhoods. Homes in the neighborhood include grand, century-old houses, smaller Victorian cottages, and new condo developments that have sprung up in the past couple of years.
Stroll along Valencia Street any evening, and you'll experience an urban planner's dream: thousands of young residents out for a bite to eat; a standing-room only crowd at the Make Out Room; tuning up their bikes at Freewheel Bike Shop; or checking out the latest avant-garde performance at Dance Mission Theater. The neighborhood is home to dozens of restaurants serving numerous styles of cuisine, including many taquerias, for which the neighborhood has become famous. Dave Eggers’ 826 Valencia foundation for kids offers writing workshops next to Paxton Gate, a store full of curiosities designed to spark anyone's imagination. Access to public transportation is plentiful in the Mission. In addition to multiple bus lines there are two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations at 16th Street and Mission Street and 24th Street and Mission Street.
Local BusinessesFlour & Water, Central Kitchen, Trick Dog, Sightless Coffee, Atlas Cafe, Tartine Manufactory, Coffee Bar, Blowfish Sushi, Universal Cafe, Heath Ceramics, & Gus's Community Market. View a complete list, here.