Historic NY-Style Conversion Loft in San Francisco For Sale (Active)

Rebecca Brooks

Rebecca Brooks

Bay Area Local Team DRE#01249870

30 Pamaron Way
Suite #203
Novato, CA, 94949
United States
1 (415) 717-8398

The moment you enter the Marquee Lofts, you’ll feel how distinctive this building is: from the impressive & secure lobby entrance with the digital key system; to the key-operated elevator; to the wide & beautifully venetian plastered hallways; all the way to the elongated & formidable entry door for Unit #703, you’ll notice the chic industrial style.

Inside the unit, this sensation continues as you note the impressive gallery entrance leading to the large modern open-concept living space. With soaring 12’ ceilings, exposed concrete columns and massive industrial windows providing fabulous natural light, this hip residence offers unique contemporary design reminiscent of a SoHo or Tribeca loft space.  Dramatic west-facing sash windows provide city skyline views; oak hardwood flooring and customized light fixtures add elegant sophistication to the wide main living/dining area.  The open kitchen offers an efficient layout, with plenty of cabinetry, Bosch stainless steel appliances and a center island. Upstairs, the spacious bedroom area has built-in shelving and room enough for a desk. There is a large main closet with closet organizers and a generous remodeled bathroom with tile flooring and custom vanity.   Unit #703 has an in-unit laundry closet with high quality Miele stackable washer/dryer plus two additional bonus spaces: an upper flex space for yoga or meditation and a huge lower space under the sleeping area perfect for storage. Parking for one vehicle is included.

The Marquee Lofts is a discrete residential enclave housed in the historic Don Lee Cadillac Building; it is one of the original conversion loft buildings in San Francisco and a rare find for this neighborhood. With influences from Italian Renaissance and Spanish Colonial styles, architects Weeks and Day designed the Cadillac showroom in the 1920’s. Today, the building serves a mix of residential, commercial, and retail purposes, blending cultural significance with contemporary luxury.  This central mid-City location is close to many iconic Civic Center landmarks such as SF City Hall, the Opera House, Davies Symphony Hall and SF Ballet. With a walkscore of 99, there are a plethora of options nearby for transportation, shopping, restaurants and entertainment. 

Embrace the epitome of loft living in San Francisco with this serene & architecturally significant retreat in the iconic Marquee Building.


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