Historic live/work lofts on a tree-lined cul de sac in exciting South Beach
- About The Building
18 Lansing epitomizes sleek historic loft living in the heart of South Beach. Originally built in 1928 and known as the SORG Printing Building, this classic four-story building was converted into just 28 live/work condos in 1996 and represents an iconic loft development located in the heart of one San Francisco’s most coveted neighborhoods. As of the few historic conversion developments in South Beach/Rincon Hill, 18 Lansing presents a special opportunity to enjoy classic San Francisco industrial architectural style with chic and modern sensibilities. The building also features a common roof deck with expansive city views.
18 Lansing puts residents in close proximity to many of San Francisco’s most desirable destinations such as the Financial District, Union Square, the Embarcadero waterfront, Yerba Buena Gardens, Target, Whole Foods, the Westfield Shopping Center, the Metreon, AT&T Ball Park, SF MOMA, and the Ferry Building and its famed Farmers’ Market as well as many of the City’s finest restaurants and cafes. It is also conveniently located at the nexus of all modes of public transit such as the Bay Bridge, 101/280, Caltrain, Muni, and bike routes. Google, Linkedin, Salesforce, Yelp, and other tech companies and their shuttles are just blocks away, which makes this an amazing investment as well as a great place to call home.
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