This architecturally inspiring loft at the historic Mullen Building is a commanding 2,590 square feet and provides the essentials of classic conversion loft living, with a chic New York loft undertone. Loft #201 embraces an industrial design aesthetic with poured, stained, and polished concrete floors with radiant heat; concrete structural elements with wood form patinas; exposed piping and ventilator tubes; and the ultimate in contemporary accents and lighting. The epic living space features grand height ceilings and an over-sized window-line overlooking the tree-lined Rausch street. The perfect canvas for entertaining, Loft #201 offers an expansive dining / entertaining area complemented by wonderful light, a sit-in center island and a full service pantry and wine cooler. The galley kitchen comes equipped with a best in-class Viking appliance suite, ultra-premium fixtures, quartz counter surfaces and modern cabinetry. Accommodations include a massive lofted sleeping space with formed steel accents, white soap finish reclaimed Douglas Fir floors, and a Zen lounge/sitting area, a second bedroom with enclosing barn door, and a third bedroom / flexible media space–now functioning as an eclectic library. Modern comforts include a contemporary main bath with a rain shower, frame-less glass enclosure, and floating vanity, a powder room, and in-unit laundry. A two car tandem parking space, equipped with an electric car charger, completes this contemporary urban home.
Building amenities include a shared rooftop garden with skyline panoramas, a prime urban locale close to hotspots like the newly opened Iza Ramen, Sightglass Coffee, and the SoMa StrEat Food Park make this one of the most complete loft offerings available. The Mullen Building is adjacent to the burgeoning Folsom corridor in SoMa, close to Whole Foods, Trader Joes, AT&T park, Yerba Buena Gardens, SF MOMA and Civic Center BART station. With the Central SoMa Plan recently approved and the near-completion of the Central Subway line bringing new accessibility to the area, and a ‘who’s who’ of the biggest names in tech, 60 Raush #201 is at the center of SoMa’s evolving landscape.Request Info