151 Alice B. Toklas Pl #807 is a grand, SoHo style penthouse loft conversion located at the historic Marquee Lofts building in the performing arts area of the Civic Center/Van Ness corridor. This stunning design-inspired space offers a grand 1 bedroom, 2 bathroom bi-level floor-plan with every loft essential - undivided living space, soaring height ceilings, exposed architectural elements, original double-height windows, and a full list of modern amenities. This architectural gem is the only unit at the Marquee Lofts with a sizable deeded outdoor deck, that comes complete with sunshade and a variety of outdoor greenery. Discover beauty and tranquility in your own private Shangri-La above the rooftops of San Francisco with the city skyline twinkling as your backdrop. Includes a common area gym; 2-car parking, large deeded storage space; and a convenient central location with shopping, restaurants, and public transit close at hand.
Loft #807 main living space features a grand steel staircase in a double-height foyer area that leads to the spacious entertaining area with panoramas spanning downtown San Francisco, City Hall, and Twin Peaks from a double-height window-line. The fully renovated chef's grade kitchen features contemporary cabinets, contemporary counter-tops and backsplash, a central island, and a premium grade stainless steel appliance package. The lofted master suite offers great closet space, a wood burning fireplace and an en-suite bath with a double vanity, and a glass-enclosed stall shower. Additional custom cabinetry and bookshelves are available throughout the main floor, including a built-in murphy bed for guests. A full guest bath on the main floor is also available.
The Marquee Lofts features 53 industrial style lofts in an elevator building that borders the desirable Hayes Valley, Downtown, Civic Center, and Pacific Heights neighborhoods and features a ground level AMC movie theater and Studio Mix gym. Commuting is convenient whether it's across the Bay Bridge, to I-280, I-101, Civic Center BART station, or via shuttle services.
1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms
Bi-level urban view penthouse loft with deeded roof deck
Industrial design elements, mushroom cap concrete pillars, and dramatic double-height floor-to-ceiling windows
Open-concept living area with chef's kitchen, ample counter space, custom cabinetry, and top-of-the-line appliance package
Mezzanine level master suite with sizable deeded walk-out deck, large walk-in closet, and en-suite spa-like bath with double vanity
In-unit washer/dryer, 2-car parking, 1 storage space
1,507 sq. ft. per tax records
Desirable central location bordering Hayes Valley, Downtown, Civic Center, and Pacific Heights neighborhoods near I-280, I-101, Civic Center BART station, shuttle service, and the city's best shopping and dining
HOA Dues: $781.88 per month
Parking Fee: $113.95 per month
NEIGHBORHOOD VAN NESS/CIVIC CENTER
Home to the Opera, Ballet, Symphony, and Asian Art Museum, Van Ness/Civic Center is a mixed commercial and residential neighborhood in the heart of San Francisco bordering Hayes Valley, Nob Hill, and Downtown San Francisco. The corridor runs continuously north through Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow, Russian Hill, and the Marina eventually reaching the bay. This main thoroughfare offers residents a variety of restaurants, entertainment venues, nightlife and Civic Center’s historic venues.
Van Ness/Civic Center is a prime destination for commuters and those looking for a convenient location in the center of the city, with its quick access north and south via the Van Ness corridor. The Civic Center itself serves as the seat of San Francisco’s local government, with a host of government buildings and the iconic City Hall building. It is also home to many of the city’s finest cultural institutions like the Orpheum and War Memorial Theater, as well as several historic structures and the city’s central library.
In recent years, more and more new high-rise developments have sprung up along the Van Ness corridor pushing the boundaries on size and scope of construction. Revitalization projects like 100 Van Ness and new construction projects will continue to transform and revitalize the area, bringing new residents and additional retail, restaurant, and shopping options to the area over the next decade.