Type
Established Building
Year Built
2002
# of Units
61
Floor Plans
Mostly 1 and 2 bedroom homes with a handful of 3 bedrooms
Parking
Every home has parking
Architect
Hauser Architects
HOA Dues
Approximately $400-500/month

The Mullen Buildings were originally constructed in the 1920's during a SOMA building boom and housed the Mullen Company, which designed and constructed architectural millwork for banks and other businesses. In 2002, the building was converted into live/work lofts with the 3rd phase, 52 Rausch, being brand new construction.

There are 16 units at 73 Sumner, 37 live/work lofts at 60 Rausch and 8 residential bi-level lofts 2 and 3 bedroom lofts at 52 Rausch.

There are many floorplans within the 3 buildings, though they share a similar aesthetic. Homes feel modern and slightly industrial and most have polished concrete or stone floors with radiant heat and kitchens with concrete countertops and stainless appliances. Many homes have private outdoor spaces and 73 Sumner has a shared roof deck.

These are unique conversion lofts on quiet streets in the heart of SOMA.

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