This spacious bi-level live/work loft features 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms, and an open floor plan. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the light-filled living space make this place special. One-car parking is included.
950 Harrison Street, conveniently located between Fifth and Sixth Streets in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood, offers open, airy loft spaces built around a secluded inner courtyard. Once you’ve seen this oasis, you’ll discover why many buyers find these lofts represent value beyond simply being a convenient location for commuters.
Built in 2000 by architect Wurster, Bernardi & Emmons, Harrison Court includes 46 lofts with tall ceilings, gas fireplaces, oversized windows, generous closet spaces, and modern, expansive kitchens with gas appliances and granite counter tops.
Live in close proximity to some of SOMA’s best offerings: the location has a 95 Walk Score, 100 Transit Score, and 96 Bike Score and is near major tech companies, award-winning restaurants, and shops including Whole Foods, Moscone Center, Yerba Buena Gardens, and SF MOMA. You’re within easy reach of Union Square, Bloomingdale’s, and South Beach. And don’t forget that on-ramps for both 101 and 280 are seconds away.
As the SOMA neighborhood grows and evolves, 950 Harrison offers light, style, and space for today’s hip homeowner.