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Eric Turner presents:

Exceptional South Beach Loft


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Available for the first time in 20 years, this sprawling two-bedroom, two-bathroom home embraces urban loft proportions and refined design in the vibrant heart of South Beach. 


Spanning approximately 1,700 square feet, this extraordinary home celebrates its historic warehouse roots with original industrial elements, including soaring 11.5-foot ceilings, concrete columns and massive factory windows that frame outstanding light and views of courtyard greenery, the city skyline and a peek of Bay Bridge lights. Numerous upgrades by award-winning architects, designers and fabricators add contemporary conveniences with impeccable attention to detail. 


Polished concrete radiant heat floors welcome you in the gracious gallery entry, where a feature wall of illuminated niches faces a wide expanse of Macassar Ebony panels concealing two generous closets. Ahead, magnificent open-plan living and dining spaces spanning over 50 feet invite you to relax and entertain, surrounded by windows on three exposures. The open gourmet kitchen is anchored by a 12-foot island topped by a spectacular cantilevered piece of honed Pennsylvania bluestone, featuring abundant custom cabinetry and premium appliances by Sub-Zero, Thermador and Bosch.  In the corner living area, a built-in media niche is secreted behind custom metal panels. 


A raised reclaimed wood platform and sliding steel partition wall define the east-facing owner's suite. Inside, a 24-foot continuous wall of closets defined by 10-foot tall Ebony doors, fabricated from a single, hand-selected log, include numerous custom built-ins and bespoke pivot hinges designed by Sand Studios. The en-suite bath soothes with an oversized walk-in shower and floating bluestone double vanity surrounded by floor-to-ceiling mosaic tile. 


More floor-to-ceiling sliding partitions engineered for acoustic privacy and visual drama reveal the generous guest suite, with space as well for a studio or home office. Built-in Porro storage from DZine adds style and utility, while the guest bath features a floating ebony vanity with a vessel sink, an ultra-private soaking tub for two, and a hidden laundry nook. 


As one of only four apartments on the intimate fifth floor, this residence offers peace and privacy. From its specifically chosen site within the building's southern peninsula, the unit is fully detached on three sides. A thick concrete shear wall and closet systems buffer the fourth wall, and 14 inches of concrete above and below add to the superb sound attenuation. 


One leased parking space available. 


Built in 1937, the Embarcadero Lofts building was constructed as the headquarters for The Coffin-Redington Drug Company. Designed by the revered Frederick H. Meyer, the structure is noted on its National Register of Historic Places entry for its Classic Revival industrial façade and sleek Moderne detailing. Today, Embarcadero Lofts residents enjoy a gorgeous Art Deco lobby, daytime concierge service and glorious south-facing rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the Bay Bridge. 


This exceptional South Beach location is at the heart of San Francisco's technology and financial centers with outstanding dining, shopping, entertainment, The Embarcadero, Market Street and Ferry Building all nearby. Oracle Park, Chase Center and Union Square are all within reach. Transportation is phenomenal, with shuttles, ferries, buses, Caltrain, BART and the Bay Bridge ready to whisk you throughout the city and beyond. 


Property Highlights

  • 2 bedroom, 2 bath
  • Approximately 1,700 square feet
  • 11.5 foot ceilings throughout the space
  • 5 historic windows (11.5’ wide x 7’ tall)
  • Original concrete ceiling and walls
  • Polished concrete floors with radiant heat throughout


Extensively and attentively renovated.  The current owners reimagined the space with award-winning architect Jennifer Luce of Luce et Studio, followed by additional architectural and metal work in collaboration with Larissa Sand/Sand Studios.

  • Gallery-style entryway featuring a wall of Macassar Ebony concealing two entry closets, and an opposing feature wall composition of cove lighting niches.
  • Open and continuous kitchen / dining / living room spanning 50 feet, featuring 4 original historic windows, each 11.5’ wide x 7’ tall.
  • Living room includes custom hot-rolled metal panels concealing built-in media niche.
  • Kitchen features 12’ x 3.5’ custom island with a single 9-foot slab of cantilevered honed Pennsylvania Blue Stone with a custom thermal edge delivered directly from the quarry.
  • Custom maple apply-ply cabinetry
  • Sub-Zero/Thermador/Bosch appliances
  • Guest room/studio/office defined by floor-to-ceiling sliding partitions engineered for acoustical privacy and visual drama. Cold-rolled steel frame with translucent aluminum honeycomb panels designed and fabricated by Sand Studios.
  • Primary bedroom defined by raised reclaimed wood platform floor and custom sliding cold-rolled steel partition wall.
  • Closet system includes a 24’ continuous row of 10-foot tall Macassar Ebony doors, custom-fabricated from a single hand-selected log, mounted on custom pivot hinges designed and fabricated by Sand Studios.
  • Primary ensuite bath includes floating bluestone counter-top, cantilevered bluestone shower, mosaic tile floor and wall, 9-foot stainless steel mirror and 6x9 foot sliding glass shower door fabricated by Sand Studios.
  • Guest bedroom/office/studio features built-in Porro storage from DZine
  • Guest ensuite bath includes custom 6-foot countertop of Macassar Ebony, a deep soaking tub for two in its own slate-tiled room, and concealed laundry nook


  • Building is a National Historic Monument
  • Building was designed by Frederick H. Meyer, Architect of SF City Hall
  • Art-deco style lobby with daytime concierge on duty
  • Sunny, south-facing common roof deck with SF Bay and Bay Bridge views

get in touch


Showings by Appointment:
Contact Eric Turner
(415) 425-1516
[email protected]

Eric Turner


DRE# 01435932

(415) 425-1516 office

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300 Beale Street #502

Some of the best weather in all of San Francisco can be claimed by South Beach. Found at the foot of the Oakland Bay Bridge, and bracketed by the Embarcadero and the Giants baseball stadium, this is exciting stretch of waterfront city is one of San Francisco's great walking neighborhoods. An affluent area, there are a large number of converted warehouses as well as new construction catering to luxury condos, luxury high rises, and luxury lofts. Take a morning walk to work, or visit the ballpark, or climb aboard your yacht - all of it within your grasp in this enticing section of the city. Relaxing weekend mornings bring residents down from the high rises to walk dogs, or take a run along the Embarcadero where public art and bayside breezes are all part of the restorative setting. Catch a breakfast at the Ferry Building, while you enjoy the vibrant weekly farmers market. Find a robust cup of Blue Bottle Coffee, and a hunk of intoxicating cheese from Cowgirl Creamery. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, plus the world-famous SF MOMA, are all part of the local cultural universe that surrounds life here. YBCA delivers daring theater, dance, music and film. The finest in urban cuisine can be found along these block, including Saison, Alexander's Steakhouse, South Park Cafe, Delancey Street. Find a boat rental at City Kayak and explore the city by water. South Beach is luxurious city life at your fingertips, and nothing less.

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300 Beale Street #502