This four-unit late Victorian era building, located in the heart of San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood near the public library and BART, was the subject of a recent reconstruction. As a part of the reconstruction, the exterior was stripped of 100 years of paint down to the original old-growth Redwood and was subsequently repainted in a traditional but unique color scheme. The facade details were completely restored. We created custom designed exterior railings that combine traditional Victorian handrails with laser cut steel balustrades.
The interior spaces are completely revitalized in a more contemporary design that fits today's use much more appropriately than Victorian layouts. The interior spaces are quite open and admit as much natural light as possible. Interior detailing includes 8' tall doors, custom hardware, cherry cabinets, solid oak floors, limestone tile, travertine showers, custom lighting and many other details. The windows and doors were replaced throughout including sound resistant windows on the front facade. All of the bedrooms in the building are positioned so that they share no walls with any other unit. Each unit shares a small deck with its neighbor and each tenant has the possibility to walk down to a small garden via circular staircase.
The Natoma building is within walking distance of downtown and the financial district. It is close to Mid Market businesses, the main library, BART, theaters, downtown shopping, and Union Square. The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, MOMA and the Jewish Museum are only a few blocks away.
Each apartment has separate utilities.