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56 Ringold Street Unit: 2

  • San Francisco, CA
  • $1,195,000

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Experience the pinnacle of luxury living at 56 Ringold Street, a captivating address in the heart of SoMa. Residence No. 2, a spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath full-floor condo in an intimate 3-unit building, invites you to indulge in a seamless fusion of indoor/outdoor living, with a generously sized outdoor terrace accessible from the open floor plan kitchen, living, and dining room. Revel in the impeccable craftsmanship and high-end finishes throughout, including under-floor radiant heat, hardwood floors, in-unit washer/dryer, and the convenience of garage parking. Situated in close proximity to everything SoMa has to offer with easy access to other thriving neighborhoods like Hayes Valley, Mission District, Financial District, and South Beach, this location offers a lifestyle of convenience, connectivity, and sophistication.

Experience the pinnacle of luxury living at 56 Ringold Street, a captivating address in the heart of SoMa. Residence No. 2, a spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath full-floor condo in an intimate 3-unit building, invites you to indulge in a seamless fusion of indoor/outdoor living, with a generously sized outdoor terrace accessible from the open floor plan kitchen, living, and dining room. Revel in the impeccable craftsmanship and high-end finishes throughout, including under-floor radiant heat, hardwood floors, in-unit washer/dryer, and the convenience of garage parking. Situated in close proximity to everything SoMa has to offer with easy access to other thriving neighborhoods like Hayes Valley, Mission District, Financial District, and South Beach, this location offers a lifestyle of convenience, connectivity, and sophistication.

Experience the pinnacle of luxury living at 56 Ringold Street, a captivating address in the heart of SoMa. Residence No. 2, a spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath full-floor condo in an intimate 3-unit building, invites you to indulge in a seamless fusion of indoor/outdoor living, with a generously sized outdoor terrace accessible from the open floor plan kitchen, living, and dining room. Revel in the impeccable craftsmanship and high-end finishes throughout, including under-floor radiant heat, hardwood floors, in-unit washer/dryer, and the convenience of garage parking. Situated in close proximity to everything SoMa has to offer with easy access to other thriving neighborhoods like Hayes Valley, Mission District, Financial District, and South Beach, this location offers a lifestyle of convenience, connectivity, and sophistication.
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2015

2015

Year Built

2

2

Total Bedrooms

2

2

Total Bathrooms

1,202

1,202

Sq.Ft.

Living Space

1,875

1,875

Sq.Ft.

Lot Size

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01

Interior

Total Bedrooms

2

Total Bathrooms

2

Full Bathrooms

2

Laundry room

Laundry Closet

Flooring

Wood

Appliances

Dryer, Washer
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Exterior & Building

Parking

Interior Access, Tandem, On Site, On Site - Unassigned (Condo Only)

Heat Type

Gas, Radiant

Substructure

Wood Siding
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Lot & Area

Status

For Sale

Open House

9/9/2023 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Living Area

1,202 Sq.Ft.

Lot Size

1,875 Sq.Ft.

MLS® ID

423758304

Type

Condo

Year Built

2015

Neighborhood

South of Market (SoMa)

Architecture Styles

Contemporary, Modern/High Tech

View Description

San Francisco

High School

San Francisco
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Finance

Sales Price

$1,195,000

HOA Fees

$363/mo

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South of Market (SoMa)

SoMa, San Francisco's dynamic neighborhood south of Market Street, boasts tech giants, cultural attractions, and a rich history, creating a vibrant and diverse urban experience.

Welcome to South of Market (SoMa)

Unlock the Vibrant Essence of SoMa: A Neighborhood of Innovation and Culture

South of Market (SoMa) is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood in San Francisco, California, nestled just south of Market Street. It encompasses various sub-neighborhoods, including South Beach, Yerba Buena, and Rincon Hill. SoMa is known for its rich history, thriving technology sector, cultural attractions, and unique character.

SoMa's history is deeply rooted in the city's development. In the mid-19th century, it was a pioneer community with low-density residential buildings, evolving into a working-class neighborhood with industrial areas along the waterfront. The 1906 earthquake devastated the area, leading to wider streets and a focus on industrial development.

During the 1960s, SoMa witnessed the emergence of the gay and leather communities, particularly along Folsom Street. The 1980s AIDS epidemic, however, brought challenges to these communities. In response, the Folsom Street Fair was created in 1984 to raise visibility and funds.

In recent decades, gentrification and rising rents have transformed the neighborhood, replacing warehouses and underground music scenes with upscale establishments and technology companies.

 

Economy

SoMa boasts a diverse economic landscape, with warehouses, auto repair shops, nightclubs, residential hotels, art spaces, loft apartments, and technology companies. It's home to major tech giants like Salesforce, Airbnb, Uber, and many others. Big-box stores like Costco and Best Buy also have a presence in the area.

 

Cultural Attractions

The neighborhood is a cultural hub housing numerous museums, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Museum of the African Diaspora, and more. The Old Mint, restored in 2012, is a historical gem.

Cultural centers like SOMArts support local artists, while theaters such as Lamplighters and Boxcar Theater add to the artistic vibrancy of SoMa.

 

Events

SoMa hosts several events throughout the year, such as the Folsom Street Fair, the Up Your Alley Fair, and the How Weird Street Faire, which celebrate the neighborhood's diverse history and culture.

 

Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District

Established in 2018, the Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District reflects the area's LGBTQ heritage, encompassing Howard St., 7th St., I-80, and US 101. It includes the San Francisco South of Market Leather History Alley.

 

SoMa Pilipinas

In 2016, SOMA Pilipinas Filipino Cultural Heritage District was established, recognizing the Filipino community's significant contribution to the neighborhood. The district features streets named after Filipino historical figures and aims to preserve Filipino culture in San Francisco.

SoMa is a dynamic and ever-evolving neighborhood that blends its rich history with modern innovation and cultural diversity.

Welcome to South of Market (SoMa) Unlock the Vibrant Essence of SoMa: A Neighborhood of Innovation and Culture South of Market (SoMa) is a vibrant and diverse neighborhood in San Francisco, California, nestled just south of Market Street. It encompasses various sub-neighborhoods, including South Beach, Yerba Buena, and Rincon Hill. SoMa is known for its rich history, thriving technology sector, cultural attractions, and unique character. SoMa's history is deeply rooted in the city's development. In the mid-19th century, it was a pioneer community with low-density residential buildings, evolving into a working-class neighborhood with industrial areas along the waterfront. The 1906 earthquake devastated the area, leading to wider streets and a focus on industrial development. During the 1960s, SoMa witnessed the emergence of the gay and leather communities, particularly along Folsom Street. The 1980s AIDS epidemic, however, brought challenges to these communities. In response, the Folsom Street Fair was created in 1984 to raise visibility and funds. In recent decades, gentrification and rising rents have transformed the neighborhood, replacing warehouses and underground music scenes with upscale establishments and technology companies.   Economy SoMa boasts a diverse economic landscape, with warehouses, auto repair shops, nightclubs, residential hotels, art spaces, loft apartments, and technology companies. It's home to major tech giants like Salesforce, Airbnb, Uber, and many others. Big-box stores like Costco and Best Buy also have a presence in the area.   Cultural Attractions The neighborhood is a cultural hub housing numerous museums, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Museum of the African Diaspora, and more. The Old Mint, restored in 2012, is a historical gem. Cultural centers like SOMArts support local artists, while theaters such as Lamplighters and Boxcar Theater add to the artistic vibrancy of SoMa.   Events SoMa hosts several events throughout the year, such as the Folsom Street Fair, the Up Your Alley Fair, and the How Weird Street Faire, which celebrate the neighborhood's diverse history and culture.   Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District Established in 2018, the Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District reflects the area's LGBTQ heritage, encompassing Howard St., 7th St., I-80, and US 101. It includes the San Francisco South of Market Leather History Alley.   SoMa Pilipinas In 2016, SOMA Pilipinas Filipino Cultural Heritage District was established, recognizing the Filipino community's significant contribution to the neighborhood. The district features streets named after Filipino historical figures and aims to preserve Filipino culture in San Francisco. SoMa is a dynamic and ever-evolving neighborhood that blends its rich history with modern innovation and cultural diversity.
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