Address: 1001 46th Street #510 District: Emeryville Bedrooms: 2 BR + Den Bathrooms: 2 BA Type: Loft Parking: Assigned HOA Dues: $405.32
Photos are of unit with similar floor plan.
Welcome to home 510 at Vue46. This top floor home offers a dramatic 2 story, 2 bedroom, 2 bath floor plan with soaring ceilings, double-height windows, and an additional flex/loft space. Dubbed a “Boston Townhome”, this uniquely urban space captures a classic Bay Area panorama to the south and is flooded with light from nearly 16-foot-high windows at the front of the unit. The central location at 46th and Adeline Streets offers convenient access to BART and reflects the artist-inspired modern Emeryville.
Enter the main floor through a spacious foyer that connects the second bedroom and second bath to the chef-inspired kitchen. The modern kitchen is open with an L-shape configuration and is equipped with GE Profile stainless steel appliances plus a microwave, Venetian Gold slab countertops with a 6-inch backsplash, and contemporary tiling. The kitchen opens to the double height central living space and to the views from the expansive windows.
Open stair risers in sustainably harvested ipe wood lead up to the second-floor flex space (great for use as a media room, den/office, or an additional guest sleeping area) and subsequently to the generous master suite which offers ample closet space and an en-suite bath with dual vanities, counter-mounted vessel sinks and glossy white subway tiles and shower surround. The washer and dryer are upstairs, adjacent to the master suite.
Vue46 is a project of Levin Menzies & Associates of Walnut Creek, Kwan Henmi Architects of San Francisco and Barry Swenson Builders of San Jose. Originally headquarters for Aluminum Cooking Materials, whose WearEver cookware products are still on the market today, Vue46 was converted in 2008 to dramatic condos, townhomes and lofts. Community amenities include a fitness center, media room with big-screen TV and surround sound, controlled access lobby and courtyard garden on the second floor.
Emeryville, an industrial center that languished for years, changed its image in the 1990s by becoming an arts and business center. In the early 20th century, the city was also known for its gambling houses, speakeasies and racetracks. In recent decades, Emeryville not only cleaned up its industrial areas but also welcomed biotech firms, software firms, and technology companies such as Pixar Animation Studios. In 1990, the city approved an Art in Public Places program, and, since then, the arts have flourished.
• Expansive top floor, two-level home • 2 bedroom, 2 bath home plus den/flex space • Approximately 1,489 square feet • Granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in kitchen • Premium southern exposure and views • Desirable community with fitness center, media room and courtyard garden • HOA dues: $405.32 per month
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