A boutique building with a lobby that could easily be mistaken for a southern-California luxury hotel and a rooftop lounge area that could easily be mistaken for a Las Vegas pool deck. Interior home plans make extensive use of glass walls to optimize interior space and lights. Some homes feature original building details.
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Originally built in 1925, this building was most recently a warehouse before being re-imagined as a boutique style hotel home to 39 condo residences ranging from studio to two-bedroom floor plans. M 1875 is home to 10 studio homes (up to 640 sq.ft.), thirteen one bedroom homes (up to 840 sq.ft.), and sixteen two bedroom homes (up to 840 sq.ft.).
The building features a heated pool with adjacent lounge on the roof, and M 1875 is also a very dog-friendly building with a rooftop dog-run for fido. The residences are compact, featuring galley style kitchen and making extensive use of frosted glass to create semi-private spaces.
Original building details like mushroom cap concrete columns are juxtaposed against modern materials, and the location is about as central as you can be in San Francisco. M 1875 is within a short walk to public transit, and the surrounding neighborhood provides access to your everyday amenities without a need for a car.