In a city like San Francisco, original buildings hold the city’s story in their walls and its best qualities in their architecture. Preserving historic properties has become a priority for developers as they improve neighborhoods and attract upwardly mobile young professionals. In the city that his home to some of the most innovative minds in the world, Mosser Companies is proud to lead the way in providing high-quality living options. Mosser properties bridge historical preservation and modern amenities.
Mosser’s building at 1751 Market Street is an example of a property in a historic building that offers state-of-the-art living features. Three years after the 1906 earthquake and fire that ravaged most of the surrounding area, developers constructed this building. The building’s original architecture makes residents feel they are stepping back in time. Large bay windows, high ceilings, crown molding, and other gorgeous features provide tasteful contrast to modern amenities such as state-of-the-art appliances, laminate flooring, and more. Tenants can choose between beautiful studios, one bedroom, or two bedroom apartments. Each unit is pet-friendly and with the most up-to-date renovations.
Located in the crux of the Mid-Market and Hayes Valley neighborhoods, this location is a mecca for many of the city’s best offerings. Where Mid-Market meets Hayes Valley is known as one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas in the city. Restaurant-lovers come to taste cuisines from around the world. The area is also a hub for art and culture with venues including Davies Symphony Hall, Opera Plaza, the Asian Art Museum, and The Warfield. The background of each neighborhood is inspiring to know as they continue their upward trajectory.
Mid-Market’s desirability has been a long time coming, earned through years of hard work and perseverance. In 1906, the vibrant neighborhood was destroyed by an earthquake and fire, including the original City Hall. The years that followed brought many ups and downs, stages of glamour followed by others of poverty, drugs, and crime. In recent years, the arrival of Twitter headquarters has helped it to regain momentum. In 2011, legislators gave tax breaks to tech companies, allowing them to come to Mid-Market. As a result, developers constructed more than 4,500 housing units, making way for the area to become home to both businesses and residences.
Located right next to Mid-Market and equidistant from the 1751 Market Street property, Hayes Valley previously struggled the Central Freeway running through its center. In 2003, a group of citizens organized to take Central Freeway down. Sections of the neighborhood previously disconnected were able to join forces. Local brands and restaurants began to invest in the area. Hayes Valley is now abundant with shops, boutiques, and known as one of the best food scenes in San Francisco.
1751 Market Street is easily accessible to the Mid-Market and Hayes Valley neighborhoods and also to public transit like FiDi, SOMA CalTrain, BART, and is accessible to Downtown San Francisco in a manner of minutes. It is properties like 1751 Market Street that are making San Francisco a leader in historic preservation while meeting the demands of modern living.