Homes currently listed in the MLS as being for sale at The Oriental Warehouse are listed below. If no homes are listed then no homes are currently available for sale in the building through the MLS. Please use the learn more form at the bottom of the page if you’d like to be notified of homes that become available either on the MLS or through off-MLS opportunities:

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650 Delancey Street Unit 416 San Francisco, CA 94107

$1,695,000 - 1Br/2Ba -  for Sale in
Open House
$1,695,000
1 Bed
2 Baths
1,465 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 453828
Property Type Loft Condominium
Rare top floor loft at the Oriental Warehouse! Facing the highly desirable NW view, this 2-story home looks directly out to the City skyline and Bay Bridge. Featuring 1 or 2 bedrooms (flexible configuration), 2 full baths, 1 car parking, storage, in-unit laundry, this custom-designed loft checks all your amenity boxes plus has plenty of style to elevate it above the rest. Fully remodeled kitchen with best-of-breed appliances, including a glass-faced SubZero with separate wine fridge. Breakfast bar dining, marble counters and custom lacquer cabinetry. An artist's mural presides over the open living/dining area and the second story boasts a private master suite with sitting room or office. Stellar building & location, walkable & easy commute!

650 Delancey Street Unit 304 San Francisco, CA 94107

$1,595,000 - 1Br/2Ba -  for Sale in
Open House
$1,595,000
1 Bed
2 Baths
1,397 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 453418
Property Type Loft Condominium
This strikingly rare and unique loft space, located at the ORIENTAL WAREHOUSE, is just one of a handful of units in the building which offers the original, exposed wood timber beams and extra high ceilings that can only be found in an authentic and historical conversion loft. LOFT 304 offers a spacious open floor plan with an expansive master bedroom area + office, 2 full bathrooms, exposed brick & timber, 20 ft tall ceilings, large windows, skylights, fantastic natural light, notable privacy, and 1 car parking + storage. This fabulous loft is located just one block from the Embarcadero Waterfront and close to the Financial District, Ferry Building + Farmers Market, several of San Francisco's world-class restaurants, and AT&T Park.

650 Delancey Street Unit 205 San Francisco, CA 94107

$1,850,000 - 2Br/2Ba -  for Sale in
Open House
$1,850,000
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,565 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 457269
Property Type Loft Condominium
Rare opportunity to secure the best location in The Oriental Warehouse. Bright patio level live / work loft in the coveted south side of the building. Exposed timber beams and brick wall. Kitchen features granite counters, wine refrigerator, Miele and Sub Zero appliances. Large master bedroom and den area on mezzanine. Bedroom / home office on main level with adjacent bathroom. Private patio with gas line for BBQ. Stacked washer and dryer. One deeded parking space with storage cage, P-29. Approximately 1,565 Sq.Ft. per MLS. HOA dues $595.00 a month.

Building Quick Facts:
650 Delancey Street @ Brannan St.
San Francisco, CA 94107
Number of Homes: 66 

Located in the South End Historic District, lofts in this building are among the most coveted of conversion loft addresses in all of San Francisco. Originally built in 1867 for the Pacific Mail Steamship Co, the first company to establish regular service for people, mail, and goods between the US and Asia, it served as the storage and distribution point for imports including tea, rice, and silk. Prior to the opening of the immigration facility on Angel Island, the Oriental Warehouse was also part of a building complex that housed and processed Asian immigrants, the majority of them Chinese, many of whom arrived on a Pacific Mail steamship.

When it was built, the Oriental Warehouse sat directly on the San Francisco Bay. Behind the building was a slip for docking ships, with a water depth of about 28 feet. As you might expect, ships loaded and unloaded their cargo from this dock directly into the Warehouse. The warehouse was sold several times in the coming decades, and was used up until the 1970’s as a warehouse. AA Gingel was the last company to use the building as a warehouse.

Although it survived the great quake and fire of 1906, it didn’t fare so well in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. As a result of damage from the 1989 quake, the city declared the building unsafe to occupy. Several years later, a four alarm fire caused additional damage, including the destruction of the northwest corner of the outside brick wall. In true San Francisco fashion, debate raged for years about what to do with the property. Fortunately for all of us, it narrowly avoided becoming a parking garage when in 1995 the city’s Redevelopment Agency approved a plan to convert the Oriental Warehouse into a live-work loft project.

The developer for the loft conversion project was Reliance Development Company, the Architect was Fisher Friedman Associates/Stavi Architects, and the general contractor was Cannon Construction. Lofts for sale feature exposed brick and timber details, open living spaces, and many have been updated with high-end fixtures and finishes in the kitchen and baths.

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