2953 25th Street Mural

If you’ve ever wondered what’s hidden in building behind the “Be the Change You Want To See In the World” mural at 25th and Bryant in the Mission, here’s your chance to peek inside. And it’s worth a look.

2953 25th Street Building

Divided into four units, three residential and one commercial, the main residence stretches across the top floor of the brown 2953 25th Street building, with an open floor plan and deck off the kitchen.

The residential unit behind the mural which was painted as a Precita Eyes Community Workshop project in 2007 isn’t nearly as nice as the main unit, but it’s perfectly livable.

And the commercial space isn’t fancy, but it does include an office.

In all, it’s roughly 4,140 square feet. And the property is now on the market for $5 million with no open houses scheduled.

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by MSTBLD

    What a nice building. I always [thought] that it was full of a couple of dozen day workers.

  2. Posted by Jackson

    If the new building owner(s) wanted to change the outside and remove the mural, is this going to be another circumstance were the artist has inherent ownership rights to the mural preventing such removal?

    • Posted by Elitist Pig

      Of course! This is San Francisco, you own things that don’t belong to you.

  3. Posted by SFrentier

    Overpriced by a good $mil

  4. Posted by SannySF

    Overpriced by 2M at least.
    Why would you let Precita Eyes on any building, they have no concept of color editing, plenty of evidence around the Mission.

    • Posted by curmudgeon

      I sadly agree with you, at least on the basis of the most recent one that went up on a wall next to the House of Brakes on 24th and South Van Ness. Colors and detailing are awful.

  5. Posted by SocketSite

    UPDATE: The listing for 2953 25th Street has been withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale.

  6. Posted by SocketSite

    UPATE: The building has been re-listed for $5 million as 2700 Bryant.

  7. Posted by SocketSite

    UPDATE: And now, the listing for 2700 Bryant Street has been withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale.

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