• $2,995
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 800 SqFt
  • McGuire# 511264

Open House: Wed 5/15, 5:00-6:00PM.

Summary:

     Rent: $2,995

     Bed/Bath: 1bd / 1ba

     Type: Condo-Unfurnished

     Parking: Street Parking

     Terms:  1 Year Lease Terms

     Available: Now

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Concrete Conversion Loft in the Heart of the City w/ Perfect 100 Walk & Transit Scores!

Located in Lower Downtown/Union Square this classic concrete conversion loft is within walking distance to public transit and all the amenities an urban city dweller could possibly need.

Enjoy a short stroll to Union Square’s famous shopping District, the Theater District, Financial District, grocery, retail and restaurants.

Unit Features:

  • Conversion building
  • Open, flexible floor plan
  • Concrete accents
  • Brand new wood floors just installed
  • Freshly painted
  • Enclosed bedroom
  • Tiled bathroom
  • Kitchen features wooden cabinets, electric oven/range, dishwasher and refrigerator
  • Breakfast bar
  • Washer/dryer in unit
  • Quiet, well maintained building
  • Street parking, but many garages in neighborhood
  • Walk Score of 100, with easy access to all necessary amenities
  • Transit Score of 100, around the corner from BART and near over 100 bus and transit lines

Location

Cross Street:

Market St

City:

San Francisco

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About Downtown San Francisco

Often considered the heart and soul of San Francisco, the city's downtown district encompasses a collection of unique neighborhoods: Financial District, Chinatown, Tenderloin (TenderNob) and Union Square. Downtown offers diversity in culture and lifestyle that includes comfortable, attractive, and convenient housing for professionals and families. Add to this scene a collection of popular entertainment spots, award-winning restaurants, and a wealth of historical sites.

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