This San Francisco building is located at 720 York Street. Built in 1886 and renovated in 1998, this building offers 2 large floors of space available to rent office space.
Known as The Mill Building, the original building was a fabric warehouse/factory used by the Pacific Felt Company. The renovation, designed by Pfau-Long Architecture, was completed in 1998 and turned the industrial building into a contemporary live/work loft complex with 45 residential and commercial units in a classic brick and timber structure.
720 York Street consists of lofts with varying floorplans, exposed brick walls, and cathedral ceilings of open beam style to help retain the true, industrial feel of an authentic loft. The hardwood floors and modern amenities--heating and upgraded electrical system--keep the units practical and comfortable.
Located where Potrero, Noe Valley and the Mission come together. Access to highways, public transit and walk to amenities all very close. Galleries, theaters, nightclub, restaurants and parks are within few minutes walk.
720 York Street is a classic brick and timber building, with inset glass windows on all floors. The original signage is still existing on the front of this building.
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