It’s rare to find a true San Francisco conversion loft that offers an exclusive use deck with downtown City views. Initially designed by James T. Ludlow as a brewery in the Romanesque Revival style, the Jackson Brewery building was re-envisioned by award-wining architectural firm Siegel & Strain as seven stunning live/work condominiums.
Unit #3B is a modern industrial condominium with an open floor plan and historic original details such as double tall windows, exposed brick walls, riveted steel I-beams & concrete ceilings. French doors from the living space lead to a spacious outdoor deck where you can lounge or dine and enjoy the panoramic views of the downtown San Francisco city skyline. Click Here for more photos.
Inside, the remodeled kitchen offers espresso cabinetry, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. Suspended Edison bulb lighting showcases a dining area. Designer upgrades include refinished hardwood floors. The custom-built heavy metal sliding room dividers add industrial flair and provide privacy for the sleeping area. The bathroom has additional storage and an in-unit washer/dryer.
The Jackson Brewery, originally on both the Local Landmark and National Historic Place lists, was converted into lofts in 1993. This boutique building is located on the western edge of SOMA, close to cafes, nightlife & transportation.
The Homeowner’s Association consists of 8 units (7 residential and one commercial). This is an elevator building with a common outdoor/BBQ area. There is assigned parking for one vehicle in the gated outside space (#3B). The monthly dues for this unit are $724.50. Dues include: water/sewer, garbage, building maintenance, insurance, reserves, management. Contact me for more information and to schedule a private showing.