Spectacular early Stanley Saitowitz design of a 3 level, live-work loft with work-shop and direct access to deeded parking PLUS gorgeous common garden.  Set in a quintessential Old Dog Patch location now adjacent to the Benihoff Children’s Hospital of UCSF, The Ramp and Mission Rock among many other iconic neighborhood amenities.  This boutique 4-unit building is crafted of enduring materials with luminous modernity:  a serene world of calm and quiet amidst the exploding evolution of the Mission Bay waterfront, one of the most exciting areas in San Francisco today.  World-class food and global creative muscle co-exist in a turn of the century milieu ... a center of bio-tech and design innovation.  The loft design is at once simple and sophisticated with stairs up and down from the main space, to work shop and sleeping quarters, defining the interplay of work and repose. Warm concrete flooring, wood + metal structural elements distinguish this main living space, flooded with eastern light.  A massive library wall is custom built as an office and display space complements the living room wall of windows overlooking the garden.  This space features a Murphy bed lounge and custom storage. The robust kitchen opens to dining, a space expandable to entertain many. Upstairs are a spacious bedroom, walk-in closet, full bath and laundry. Outdoor access from each level gives openness to the space and the quiet location back of the building creates a world-away feeling.  The parking spot is adjacent to the lower level work shop space....very handy for makers, tinkerers and extra-space lovers alike.  Well orchestrated storage for bikes and utility is designated and shared in the garage.  Low dues, well-managed association and the thoughtful upgrades by its original (only) owner make this a one-of-a-kind treasure.  
  • 3 Level Live-Work Loft in  intimate, 4 unit building
  • 1BR, 1 BA, fantastic Storage
  • Radiant heated concrete floors with painted ‘carpet’ by Patricia Dreher
  • Signature wood & metal structural elements
  • In-unit laundry
  • Custom built-ins with murphy bed and storage
  • Approximately 1,230 sq ft
  • Gorgeous garden with outdoor access from each level
  • 1 car deeded parking with direct access from unit
  • Low dues $360/month
  • A+ Dog patch location

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Mission Bay

Rising from the former Southern Pacific train yards, Mission Bay is one of San Francisco’s newer neighborhoods. Flat, sunny, and with plenty of parking, Mission Bay homes for sale offer great views of the bay. The luxury condominiums of the district surround the high-tech biotech campus of UCSF Medical Center. Browse our selection of Mission Bay homes for sale.

The up-and-coming neighborhood stands in contrast to San Francisco's historic Victorians in the Dogpatch district. The recent development includes the first library to be built in San Francisco in more than 40 years, as well as a Whole Foods Market on 4th Street. Mission Bay is a short walk away from AT&T Park and the many tech companies headquartered in South Beach, Yerba Buena, and SOMA.

A lively mix of cafes and restaurants has sprung up among the freight warehouses, including classic diner Just for You Cafe, gourmet pizzeria Piccino on 22nd Street, and American restaurant Serpentine on 3rd Street. Waterfront restaurants include Mission Rock Resort and The Ramp, a dockside, down-home restaurant.

Transportation is excellent here. The Mission Creek bike path makes it easy to go without a car. Muni's T-Third Street line connects the neighborhood with downtown San Francisco. The nearby Caltrain Station offers an alternative way to commute to Silicon Valley. For those that drive, Mission Bay is close to the freeway entrances of Highway 101 and Interstates 80 and 280.


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Wendy Storch

RealtorSotheby's International RealtycalDRE# 01355516415.519.6091 mobile415.901.1745