Located on Minna Street, near the corner of Lafayette, 1025 Minna is a part of a neighborhood that physically represents a broad spectrum of San Francisco architectural history. The Western SoMa Light Industrial & Residential Historic District saw significant development between 1906 to around 1936, although numerous lots remained empty for many years thereafter. 1025 Minna filled one of those lots, built with contemporary style in 2003 as a collection of 8 units, of which #6 is a premium 2-level, top-floor live/work loft. Directly west is Lafayette Court (b. 1924), a unique example of craftsman style duplexes. The character of this niche neighborhood is reflected in the special qualities of #6, from which one sees brick as well as timber buildings, and enjoys wonderful City views. The 2-story windows framing a corner of the unit allow light & air to pour into the space, as well as bathe the exclusive-use patio in sunshine.
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