2 Bed | 2 Bath | 1 Parking | 1,238 sqft | Lot Size 10062

A towering brick façade extended from the kitchen backsplash, comforting earth tones provide the perfect balance to the southern light exposure that brings this home to life. With its double-height windows, this downtown 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom loft speaks volumes upon entering its dramatic space. While it has multiple levels and a few hidden spaces, it is pleasing to the eye as the neutral tones are present in concert together. Appointed with stainless steel brand name appliances and ivory contemporary cabinetry, the kitchen flows from the dining area to the first-floor bedroom. Upon ascending the spiral staircase, the primary bedroom and bath reside opposite the mezzanine office space. Fresh air can also be inhaled on the shared roof deck, which is accessible by a 2nd-floor passageway. Some unique features are the mechanized window treatments and air conditioning. 

Located just off First Street as it climbs Rincon Hill, 18 Lansing is a cornerstone for the horseshoe street that merges with Guy Place. A historical landmark known originally as the Sorg Printing Building, it was converted to 28 loft condos in 1997, which are complemented with parking and storage. 18 Lansing is just around the corner from the recently developed tree-lined Folsom Street appointed with retail, coffee shops, grocery stores, and gyms. A few blocks away is an architectural feat, the Transbay Terminal, topped with a 5.4-acre park five floors above city streets and known as SalesForce Park. If a walk along the Emabarcadero is desired, 18 Lansing is also a few blocks away. If the East Bay is a destination, the San Francisco Bay Bridge is half a block away.