Cast-concrete and steel are on show at this unique loft in San Francisco’s Russian Hill, which sits inside a former garage built in the 1920s.
The building at 1945 Hyde Street underwent adaptive reuse in 2013, with developer Willis+ Co tapping Ogrydziak Prillinger Architects to turn it into seven boutique lofts, dubbed Garage on Hyde. The largest loft, Unit 4, is on the market for the first time ever priced from $4.995m via Zendarski Smith Team at Corcoran Global Living.
Steel ceilings, Crittal windows, and wide plank flooring add to the industrial vibe across its 2,789 sq ft interiors, which also feature zinc-plated support beams and concrete walls exposed throughout.
A central volume built between the living room and kitchen, and the loft’s three bedrooms, houses two bathrooms and a laundry room.