Presented by Jane Mermelstein & Rita Roti
NY Style Live-Work Space with Large Deck
Unique NY-style live/work space with an amazing deck in a 7-unit boutique building. Ideally located near Tartine Manufactory, Gus’ Market, Atlas Cafe, Flour + Water, Heath Ceramics and many other Inner Mission stores and restaurants. Several bike rental stations nearby, close to BART and busses, and with easy access to 101 and 280.
The living spaces are open and flexible—with plenty of room for living, dining and creative work. Plenty of space to shelter in place—1,185 square feet per tax records. The long entry hall has walls that are perfect for hanging and enjoying art plus two large storage closets. The kitchen has abundant cabinets and a lot of counter space. The bedroom area is cozy and has a custom built-in drawer and closet system. In-unit washer and dryer. This live work space is in the rear of the building and has a large east facing deck with room for relaxing and dining. It’s a tranquil oasis in the middle of a vibrant neighborhood .Low HOA dues $395/month.
755 Florida #3 is a one-of-a-kind home in the fantastic Inner Mission!
755 Florida St, San Francisco, CA 94110
The Inner Mission is one of the city’s busiest neighborhoods, alive with a diverse mix of residents, lifestyles and cultures reflected in the copious amount of destination restaurants and shopping for every budget and taste.
The homes in the Inner Mission are just as diverse as its residents. The housing options are a mix of Victorian-style single-family homes and flats, newer condominiums, and trendy live-work lofts, with low-rise condominium developments that are spiking up across the San Francisco real estate market.
Restaurants cover every main drag ranging from longtime local eateries to the newest and most adventurous in epicurean culture. The streets are brimming over with chic furniture, vintage clothing, fabric, costume jewelry, and every other store imaginable. The neighborhood is loved by its residents, a diverse group heavily represented by the Hispanic community, who welcome the waves of students, young couples, artists, hipsters, and entrepreneurs looking for rooms to rent.
Two Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) stations service the Inner Mission in addition to numerous city bus lines making public transportation accessible from every corner of the neighborhood. Valencia Street on the western border of the neighborhood is one of the city’s most well-known corridors for its spirited transformation. Thrift stores, dive bars, coffeehouses, bookstores, art galleries, theaters, clothing stores, and boutique shops all attract heavy foot traffic, day and night.
The Inner Mission leaves little to be desired, as far as city living standards go. The balance between grit and glamour has made this neighborhood a gratifying haven for its dwellers.