Unique 5th-floor urban loft inside the historically designated 1920s-era Samuel Fox building. Designed by master architect William Templeton Johnson & built in 1929 for t...
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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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|Proximity to shopping/restaurants
|Quality of construction
|Like the most:
|Residents of the Samuel Fox lofts have told me they love being in the Gaslamp District, “right in the middle of it all” as one resident described. Some also appreciate the buildings historic character which provides them oversized windows and super high ceilings in some units.
|Like the least:
|Sam Fox loft residents are a little disappointed with the parking structure, very low ceilings prohibit trucks from going in. It can also be quite noisy at times due to the bus noise on Market and just people noise on the street.