1768-1772 HAIGHT STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94117
Vacant Haight-Ashbury Mixed-Use Property
Offered at $2,095,000
1768-1772 Haight Street is a vacant mixed-use property located in the historic Haight-Ashbury District, an international destination with constant foot and vehicle traffic and home to one of the most popular retail corridors in San Francisco.
This investment opportunity includes two units plus a separate rear structure, totaling approximately 4,576 square feet. The ground-floor retail space is a storefront containing ± 1,012 square feet with an ADA entrance and restroom. Previously this space was a successful clothing retail business and the current zoning provides for a range of allowable uses. The upper floor of the main building contains ± 1,604 square feet and was formerly a restaurant. The carriage house is located in the rear of the lot, has two stories, and is approximately 1,541 square feet.
The buyer has the potential to complete a lot split between the main building and the carriage house. Architectural plans have been drafted and would need to be independently submitted to San Francisco’s planning department for approval. Please inquire with agents for detailed plans regarding said lot split.
This property is also centrally located providing easy access to all areas of San Francisco. Neighboring retailers include Whole Foods, Amoeba Music, Gus’s Market, Booksmith, Flywheel Coffee Roasters, Aviator Nation, Nice Kicks, Magnolia Brewing, and many more.
Fully Vacant Mixed-Use Property
Approximately 4,576 Sq Ft
Includes ± 1,541 Sq Ft Carriage House in Rear
Prominent Haight-Ashbury Retail Corridor
Surrounded by Retail Destinations and Neighborhood Amenities
Easy Access to Public Transportation
ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD
Haight-Ashbury is a historic neighborhood located in the heart of San Francisco, California. Known for its vibrant culture and bohemian spirit, Haight-Ashbury has long been a center of counterculture in the Bay Area. The neighborhood is bordered by Golden Gate Park to the north, Duboce Triangle to the east, the Lower Haight to the south, and the Inner Sunset to the west. The main commercial thoroughfare, Haight Street, runs through the center of the neighborhood and is lined with a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars. Haight-Ashbury is also a popular tourist destination. Visitors can explore the neighborhood's colorful Victorian-era architecture, browse the eclectic boutiques and vintage stores along Haight Street, and sample the diverse cuisine at the neighborhood's many restaurants. Overall, Haight-Ashbury is a vibrant and dynamic neighborhood with a rich history and unique character that continues to attract residents and visitors alike.