175 Russ St #1

About the unit: 

  • 2-level live/work Loft
  • 1 bedroom, 1.5 bath
  • 1-car deeded parking + 1-deeded storage
  • floor-to-ceiling windows
  • South-facing, bright unit with plenty of natural light
  • Kitchen features stainless-steel appliances (gas range, microwave, dishwasher, double door refrigerator)
  • Hardwood flooring in living room, carpet flooring in the bedroom
  • Newly-painted throughout
  • Easy freeway access
  • Walking distance to the Financial district, Yerba Buena, museums, restaurants and entertainment
  • HOA dues: $540/month


Located in the heart of San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood, this Two-level live/work loft has space, light and style. The main level entrance opens up to a spacious art gallery with an adjacent kitchen and a guest bathroom. The kitchen is fitted with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and plenty of cabinets for storage.

The second level features the main living room with hardwood floors. The space gets plenty of natural light with its floor-to-ceiling windows, plus recessed lighting and strategic end-unit and South-facing location. The third level features a carpeted bedroom area with an adjacent full bathroom and closet space.

The live/work loft is a one-bedroom, one and a half bath, built in 2003 in a 16-unit building with a common rooftop deck boasting stunning city views for its residents. The loft has an open-concept space with high ceilings and large windows, and features hardwood and carpet flooring, stainless steel kitchen appliances, a spacious upper-floor living area with ample closet space, and soaring ceilings. Complete with a one-car deeded garage parking, separate storage and all the convenience of living in the heart of a metropolitan city.


About the neighborhood:

South of Market consists of sub-neighborhoods – South Beach, South Park,Yerba Buena – and is within walking distance to the Financial District, the Embarcadero, Mission Bay, and Mission District. The area is home to many of the city’s museums, Michelin-star restaurants and hotels, and headquarters of several major software and tech companies, the Moscone Conference Center, Salesforce Transbay Terminal, and more. There are several public transportation options within the vicinity including BART, Muni Metro light rail, Muni buses, street cars, buses that connect commuters to the Peninsula, South Bay or East Bay, and the San Francisco Ferry terminal that travel across the San Francisco Bay.


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