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Appreciation for a Historic Heublein Building Loft

Appreciation for a Historic Heublein Building Loft

Purchased for $930,000 in March of 2016, the 953-square-foot unit #101 in the historic Heublein building at 601 4th Street, across the street from a new Central Subway stop at the intersection of Brannan, returned to the market listed for $995,000 at the end of February, configured as a... Read More »

Renovated Loft in an Iconic Building Returns to 2014 Price

Renovated Loft in an Iconic Building Returns to 2014 Price

Listed for $1.395 million in July of 2014, reduced to $1.295 million that August and then re-listed anew for “$995,000” the next month, the 1,229-square-foot unit #310 in the iconic Heublein Building at 601 4th Street officially sold with “multiple offers!” and an “over asking” contract price of $1,095,000... Read More »

Before, After And “Appreciation” At (Or At Least For) The Heublein

Before, After And “Appreciation” At (Or At Least For) The Heublein

Purchased for $1,330,000 in October 2007, the 1,866 square foot Heublein Building (601 4th Street) loft number 322 has since been extensively remodeled. The kitchen before: The kitchen after complete with new vent: The two-bedroom is now back on the market in 2011 and asking $1,450,000 ($777 per square... Read More »

Being The Heublein Building In General, And #323 In Specific

Being The Heublein Building In General, And #323 In Specific

As we wrote about the Heublein Building in 2007: In 1991, Holliday Development brought 88 live/work lofts in the converted Heublein Building (601 4th Street) to market. The conversion of the former wine distributorship marked San Francisco’s first commercial-turned-residential development (predating two other Holliday developments: ClockTower Lofts and 355... Read More »

Through The Looking Glass Floors Of 601 4th Street #319

Through The Looking Glass Floors Of 601 4th Street #319

One of 88 live/work lofts in the Holliday Development’s 1991 Heublien Building conversion, 601 4th Street #319 last sold for $335,000 in September 1995. Since then, however, the 1,965 square foot loft has undergone a rather extensive (and expensive) renovation. A few features that caught our eye: Zebra and... Read More »

Penthouse Number Two Of Three Atop Six Zero One Fourth

Penthouse Number Two Of Three Atop Six Zero One Fourth

We’re not digging it quite as much as number one, but number two is one of only three penthouses built atop the Heublein Building (601 4th Street), so a mention it gets. And if you buy it, forget the housewarming. Invite us over for a twilight soak. ∙ Listing:... Read More »

The Heublein Building Lofts (601 4th Street)

The Heublein Building Lofts (601 4th Street)

In 1991, Holliday Development brought 88 live/work lofts in the converted Heublein Building (601 4th Street) to market. The conversion of the former wine distributorship marked San Francisco’s first commercial-turned-residential development (predating two other Holliday developments – The ClockTower Lofts and 355 Bryant). According to Holliday, “espite the pending... Read More »