SoMa Clock Tower Penthouse Up for Grabs

San Francisco's SoMa clock tower was an addition to a massive factory at Second and Bryant Streets, then occupied by Schmidt Lithograph Corporation. Schmidt was the City's biggest employer and the largest printer on the West Coast. As such, the tower symbolized San Francisco's economic prowess. 

  Click here  for a gallery of all of the penthouse photos.

Click here for a gallery of all of the penthouse photos.

The warehouse property has been reimagined over its 94 years and in 1993, it was renovated, becoming a modern live-work loft concept with 127 units designed by David Baker. The penthouse Clock Tower loft, by far the crown jewel of the building, is on the market for the first time in 23 years. 

 View of the inner workings of the clock from inside the iconic tower.

View of the inner workings of the clock from inside the iconic tower.

A two bedroom, two bath  3,000 square foot residence with exclusive access to the 3-stories that comprise the Clock Tower, this home is priced at $8.5 million. The home also includes a modern kitchen and spacious living room with glass-enclosed fireplace. Exposed brick walls and cathedral ceilings with exposed steel beams harken back to the building's industrial past.

From the wrap-around deck outside you can see AT&T Park, all of SoMa, and the downtown skyline. The property also provides an unparalleled view of the Bay Bridge.

Can you see yourself living in this one-of-a-kind home? Contact The Costa Group if you'd like to schedule a private showing.