64-68 6th Street is a mixed-use hotel located in San Francisco's South of Market District. The property consists of a +/- 8,712 square foot building on a +/- 2,400 square foot lot. This four-story building has 2 commercial units on the ground floor and 32 single-room occupancy (SRO) units on the remaining three floors. The building is located on 6th Street which provides an abundant amount of vehicle traffic along with convenient access to public transportation and San Francisco's downtown shopping district, which is home to several popular retailers and restaurants.
32 Single Room Occupancy Units
Two Retail Units
Year Built: 1910
Square footage: +/- 8,712 sq.ft. + 1,000 sq.ft. basement
Close to Restaurants, Shopping, & Major Transportation Hubs
South of Market
The South of Market District, also known as SoMa, is a neighborhood in San Francisco that was once mostly an industrial district of printing presses, welders, motorcycle-repair shops, and late-night dance clubs. Innovative tech entrepreneurs and studio artists have transformed SoMa District into an emerging destination for live/work spaces, tech-company offices, and luxury condominiums. With fine dining, museums, artisan coffee shops, luxury hotels, and various forms of entertainment, SoMa embodies true San Francisco living.