It’s a boutique mixed use building at 544 Natoma Street that was designed by Sternberg Benjamin Architects in 2002 (and commissioned by Tony Espinoza/Sally Haskovec) to house a digital recording studio (San Francisco Soundworks) and its parade of recording artists (in two three-story residences) above.
The residences (which were offered to those recording for $150 per night) feature big windows, radiant heat, open floor plans and a fireplace that’s reminiscent of another ex-recording studio and residence a little farther to the south.
And while the rock star recording studio is on the market as well, it’s going to take a plugged-in reader/tipster to provide any additional details on the offering (beyond “Penthouses starting at $1,350,000”).
UPDATE: And yes, a narrated virtual tour that actually works (in terms of both interest and engagement).
∙ Soundworks Residences [544 Natoma]
∙ 610 Rhode Island From The Inside (Literally And Figuratively) [SocketSite]