| Number of Units: 83
District: District 9
Neighborhood: South Beach
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|Number of Condominiums Listed For Sale: 1
Lowest Available Price: $1,375,000
(Sales Data as of 04/24/2014)
Description of The Heublein Building
601 4th Street was one of the first large loft conversions in San Francisco. In 1989, the Heublein Building, an old wine distribution warehouse, was converted into 70 one-bedroom units, and 13 two-bedroom units. Great care was taken to preserve the exterior look of the building, and interiors include original industrial windows, concrete mushroom-capped columns and 13-20-foot ceilings. Building amenities include a rooftop terrace with panoramic views and deeded underground parking.
The award winning building was developed by Holliday Development and was designed by David Baker & Associates
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Information has not been verified, is not guaranteed, and is subject to change. Last Updated: 04/24/2014