Welcome Home to this rare luxury, urban loft designed by noted contemporary architect Jonathan Segal in the heart of the Marina! Dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows serve a...
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Below is a summary of all the reviews provided by the residents living in this property. Rating scale is from one to five stars. [Rating and Review Disclosure]
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|Like the most:||Residents conveyed to me they like the quiet location and uniqueness of the building. They love being across the street from a great breakfast place (cafe 222).|
|Like the least:||Residents like having loft space on the 2nd floor but wish the staircases were straight steps and not the curved spiral staircases that make carrying anything upstairs very difficult. Residents wish the common courtyard area and landscaping was maintained better.|
|Other comments:||Residents are curious and concerned about the huge lot across the street to the west that is planned to have a high-rise building built on it.|