We like getting our name in print, because it means more exposure for our clients. Below are some of the places we've appeared, either for our listings or as experts in the field.
Shipping Container Home in Pacific Heights asks $4.9 million
Best known for the two cantilevered and stacked shipping containers within this architectural gem, our listing at 2230 Bush Street in Lower Pacific Heights gets featured in Curbed SF for its "unique industrial sculptural elements." 2230 Bush is a three-level NY SOHO-style loft with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Set inside a former Chinese Laundry/Tooth Powder Factory, spanning nearly 3,600 square feet of living space and two outdoor roof decks, this loft also comes with a 2-car garage and storage. Custom artisan details may be found throughout, so it's no surprise that this extraordinary home was once featured in Dwell Magazine as well. The stellar location is pretty sweet too - 98/100 Walkscore, easy commutes, and a close proximity to the shops and restaurants along Fillmore & Bush corridor, which includes 6 Michelin-starred restaurants.
Excerpt: “Over in tiny Pacific Heights, an ultra contemporary/industrial loft home sits unnoticed above designer rug store Flor. Fortunately, the abode at 2230 Bush, once a former Chinese laundry/tooth powder factory in 1919, was profiled in Dwell Magazine. One look inside and it’s easy to see why.
The seemingly typical loft space features two cantilevered and stacked shipping containers, which provide an anchoring sculptural element to the home.
The lower level orange container acts as a guest suite replete with custom Murphy bed and electronic privacy glass. (One flick of a switch and the glass goes from clear to opaque.)
While the blue upper floor container is a home-office. Cutouts inside the old containers provide views of the entire space, opening up the onetime claustrophobic steel rectangles.”