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Alan Morcos presents:

6 Mint Penthouse


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6 Mint Plaza, aka The Station House Building, was once part of the historic Hales Brothers Department Store and formerly served as a working fire house for the SF Fire Department. The materials used throughout the building and penthouse blend the historic character of the building with new modern updates. 

Exquisite Full Floor Penthouse Overlooking Historic Mint Plaza with Direct Elevator Access and 2 Car Side by Side Private Garage. As the elevator opens there is a Grand Foyer (with Wine Wall), that leads into an Expansive Great Room with Separate Living and Dining Areas, Den/Media Room, Balcony & City Views. Large Gourmet Kitchen with 2 Sinks, Thermador Gas Range, Fridge, Fischer Paykel D/W & plenty of Storage. The Primary Suite has a Sitting Area, Walk-In Closet, Outdoor Terrace & Large En-Suite Bathroom with Double Sinks, Soaking Tub & Steam Shower.   There are 2 Additional Bedrooms (one En-Suite). Designer Finishes throughout, Hardwood Floors, Spa-Like Bathrooms, Large Laundry Room, Heating & Air Conditioning. HOA includes 24/7 Security, Gym, Roof Deck with BBQ & Dog Run. Prime Downtown Location, across from Westfield Center, The Mint, 1 Block from Market Street, Bart & Short Distance to SF MOMA, Yerba Buena Gardens & Union Square! The $1 Billion 5M Project is right across the street & includes Outdoor Parks. A new IKEA is slated to open right around the corner.

  • 3 Bedrooms, 3 1/2 Bathrooms
  • 3,520 square feet per Architectural Floorplan
  • 2 Car Private Garage

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Contact Alan Morcos
(415) 505-7779
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Alan Morcos


Broker / Top Producer since 2004

DRE# 01401445

415.505.7779 office


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6 Mint Plaza #900

The light industry once ruled this quiet backwater district; printing presses, welders, motorcycle repair, with a few dance spots thrown in for good measure. That is until city planners laid out a future more akin to New Your City's SOHO, where galleries and artist lofts might dominate the picture. That vision didn't quite materialize, though big changes remained just over the horizon for this centrally located enclave.

San Francisco had its dot-com explosion in the 90's and suddenly it was hip to live and work in SOMA. 3rd street saw the introduction of a major SF MOMA location, followed by Yerba Buena, and the Jewish Museum. Things very quickly shifted as multimillionaire tech-heads began populating the office spaces and lunchtime eateries, shifting the neighborhood's economic fortunes forever.

Once unremarkable warehouses were transformed into offices that boasted the latest Internet connectivity. Old printing factories now became the city's hottest luxury lofts. Folks began taking note of the Victorian cottages nestled in the modest alleys between the broad thoroughfares. This period also saw the rebirth of the Ferry Building at the end of Market. This classic historic structure morphed quickly into an exceptional food emporium and farmer market location without rival. SOMA remains today an urban district where dreams are made, in a comfortable setting unlike any other. And all within biking or walking distance.