Beautifully renovated Union Square 1 bed, 1 bath condo located in a Landmark historic building. The contemporary kitchen boasts updated fixtures, attractive granite counters and mahogany cabinetry. Modern stainless steel appliances include an oven, range, dishwasher, fridge, double sink and built-in microwave. Original brick walls, high ceilings and built in shelving accent the main living space. Solid hardwood floors throughout and an in-unit washer and dryer complete the unit. Building amenities include a dramatic panoramic view roof deck with fireplace, lobby, a door person, additional storage and a bike room. Conveniently located in the upscale Union Square shopping, dining and entertainment district and just 3 blocks to Market Street.
Open Home Schedule:
Open House Sun, Apr 9 2:00-4:00pm
Open House Sun, Apr 16 2:00-4:00pm
Open House Sun, Apr 23 2:00-4:00pm
Open House Sun, Apr 30 2:00-4:00pm
Converting historic buildings can require not only adapting offices into places suitable for residential living, but also addressing the interventions of previous owners who modified the buildings. One of the first downtown conversions in San Francisco was the former Home Telephone Company at 333 Grant Avenue between Sutter and Bush Streets, designed by Coxhead and Coxhead and built in 1908. The building featured a stone lobby, intact plaster ceilings, and double-height top floor. The design strategy by Huntsman Architectural Group was to remain faithful to the historic fabric of the building while addressing its modern-day use. The exterior of the building was carefully restored to its original grandeur. Wherever possible, original brick, sandstone, steel, and concrete were left exposed on the interior of the building to recall the building’s history. Unit interiors and public spaces were conceived as contemporary intervention.