Historic brick and timber live/work loft conversion building
- About The Building
The Cape Horn Lofts consists of 16 fabulous live/work units in a historic building. The structure was built in 1907 and was originally named the South End Warehouses. When the developer, Cindi Brooks at Thompson-Brooks, converted the building in 1997, she received guidance from San Francisco’s Landmarks Board. The original architecture and style were retained by Pfau Architects, and fine amenities were added, including glazed-glass windows, hardwood floors, high wooden beams, and stainless steel sinks and fixtures. The common area includes a peaceful interior courtyard, elevator, and parking.
The Cape Horn Lofts are situated on a peaceful one-way street in the heart of South Beach in the center of San Francisco’s creative marketplace. Residents of the building enjoy the electric energy of the neighborhood and can take advantage of the best shopping, dining, and entertainment that the city has to offer right on their doorstep plus easy access to AT&T Park, South Park, and the San Francisco waterfront. Travel is easy with close proximity to I-280, I-101, Caltrain, and shuttle services.
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