Want to work in the heart of San Francisco without a long commute? Look no further. 1751 Market Street is one of Mosser Companies’ latest properties that welcome young professionals to the city at affordable prices and in a prime location. Preserving 1751 Market Street’s original architectural design made a stunning space inside and out. Features include large bay windows, crown molding, high ceilings, state-of-the-art appliances, and more. Choosing between its options of studio, one bedroom, or two bedroom apartments makes it an ideal spot for any young professional who wants to be where the action is without sacrificing quality.

Not only does Mosser Companies improve buildings, but also the territories surrounding them. Historic preservation of what are often vacant or abandoned structures transform entire sections of major cities from struggling and downtrodden to thriving and vibrant.

1751 Market Street in San Francisco is no different. Even more attractive than the facade and interior of 1751 Market Street is its convenient location. Nestled in the middle of the Hayes Valley and Mid-Market neighborhoods, this area is becoming one of the most desirable in San Francisco. In walking distance of the property are some of the best restaurants in the city. A variety of international cuisine options draw visitors from near and far.

Hayes Valley also offers the best of the arts in venues such as Opera Plaza, Symphony Hall, The Warfield, and the Asian Art Museum. Additional shops, small businesses, and startup companies are within easy access. Thanks to the efforts of citizens in 2003, the Central Freeway that ran through the middle of the neighborhood was removed, allowing businesses to move into the area and for its residents to reach across the divide.

Likewise, Mid-Market (in equal walking distance as Hayes Valley to 1751 Market Street), is on a continuous upswing thanks to a 2011 tax break for tech companies. The legislation allowed Silicon Valley’s fastest growing companies to set up headquarters in the heart of San Francisco. Twitter is a prime example of a tech company located in the heart of this blossoming part of the city. As a result of this needed economic development, developers were then able to build more than 4,500 units of housing. The area began to bloom for both businesses and residences alike.

These two areas make being a pedestrian a desirable experience. Living in a walkable distance makes it easy to take advantage of what Hayes Valley and Mid-Market have to offer. Traffic and parking are a faraway thought in this car-centered city.

Could it get any better? Turns out that it can. 1751 Market Street is not only in a walking distance of two wonderful parts of the city but also to public transportation. FiDi, BART, SOMA CalTrain, and more are within short walking distance of the property, giving residents easy access to Downtown San Francisco within minutes.

These wonderful parts of San Francisco are even more impressive considering their tumultuous past. The 1906 earthquake and subsequent fire destroyed most structures. Afterward, a cycle of glamour and destitution followed for many years. Now, a new golden age has arrived. The world’s brightest minds come to Silicon Valley to innovate. Now, they can also celebrate.