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650 Delancey Street # 415

San Francisco, CA 94107


  • Loft
  • Sold
  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,514 SqFt
  • MLS# 453652

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The Oriental Warehouse is a designated historic landmark, built in 1867 and converted to 66 live/work lofts in 1996. The building boasts exposed brick and timber and stunning architectural details. Steps from Embarcadero Waterfront, AT&T Ballpark, SF MoMA, Metreon Center and fabulous restaurants and galleries. Easy access to all modes of transportation and a Walk Score of 87, Transit Score of 100.

Loft #415 is a top floor, gorgeously remodeled live/work loft featuring a designer kitchen, large bedroom area, guest bed area, 2 fully remodeled bathrooms, reclaimed hardwood floors throughout and two large operable skylights with automated coverings.


  • Historic live/work loft conversion in the heart of South Beach
  • Exposed timber beams
  • Voluminous feel with very high ceilings
  • Large master bedroom area on mezzanine level
  • Bonus guest bedroom area on mezzanine level
  • Top floor with two large operable skylights providing abundant natural light
  • Custom wall of sliding doors reveal a coat closet, office nook and guest bed
  • 2 fully remodeled bathrooms with designer tile, heated tub, body spray showers, twin sinks
  • Reclaimed hardwood floors originally found in a grain elevator
  • Custom doors throughout
  • Conventional wooden staircase rises to the mezzanine level
  • Custom brick wall designed to mirror the exterior of the historic walls
  • Blue sky outlooks, city skyline and peek-a-boo Bay Bridge views
  • Catwalk added to maximize the view and increase floor space (64sf)
  • Stacked washer/dryer in bathroom closet
  • Kitchen includes: Bosch refrigerator, Bosch dishwasher, Electrolux induction cook top & range, custom cabinetry, Sharp microwave, Zephyr hood vent, Caesarstone countertops and glass tile backsplash, custom island with breakfast bar and monorail lovo light system
  • Chandelier in living room included
  • Forced air heating
  • Deeded parking space in secure garage (P-79) with storage cage
  • HOA Dues: $566.84 per month


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For decades, the real estate in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco had mainly consisted of warehouses, storage yards and dilapidated piers. Beginning in 1981, however, the City began to transform the area into a mixed-use development.

Now one of the ritziest neighborhoods in the City (South Beach is considered by some to be the new Nob Hill), this neighborhood is home to some of the most desirable and valued real estate, condominiums, live/work lofts, and interior design stores in San Francisco.

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Living Here

One of the most prominent features of South Beach is AT&T Park, home of the World Champion San Francisco Giants. The presence of this ballpark has enticed many new services and restaurants into the area, most notably chef Michael Mina’s RN74Ironside, and Tres.

Wine bars also abound, like Local Kitchen & Wine Merchant and District Wine Bar.

Since South Beach is a quick walk to the Ferry Building Marketplace, weekly shopping at the Farmer’s Market is a must. On your way down the Embarcadero, check out Pat Kuleto's Waterbar and Epic Roasthouse. You’ll be glad you did.


Over a century ago, the wealthiest merchants in the area lived in South Beach (their mansions rivaled those found in Pacific Heights today), which was founded by Englishman George Gordon in 1854. Now, it is a quaint oasis surrounded by cafes, restaurants, condominiums and lofts.

Rincon Hill, an area rich with history, has become a center of significant development and includes at least five hi-rise condominium buildings as well as mixed-use buildings on landscaped residential streets.

Why South Beach?

As San Francisco’s newest, South Beach combines the best of everything — access, dining, shopping, entertainment, and luxurious living — into one ultra-cool, ultra-modern package.

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