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304 Shotwell Street, San Francisco

Sold for $2,000,000

With a rich history and an adaptable layout, this property is a canvas awaiting your vision. Whether you seek to continue its legacy as an art gallery, transform it into a unique event space, or explore other possibilities, this property is a rare gem in a vibrant San Francisco neighborhood. Previously home to the renowned Ira Yaeger's Art Gallery and an exceptional event space, this property is on a tree-lined street with residential Victorians and just one block from shops, restaurants, and cafes in the vibrant Inner Mission district.


The building spans approximately 5,100 square feet of interior space on three levels and possibilities abound within the zoning regulation of PDR-1-G. A fully gated and very private courtyard, complete with sliding doors for easy moving access, parking, and/or outdoor event space, introduces the building.


A front wall of glass-paned doors, windows, and transoms enters to the main level creating a welcoming ambiance for patrons and clients and a seamless connection to the courtyard for indoor/outdoor gatherings. Two spacious showrooms provide ample space for exhibitions and events, while a wet bar and full bath offer convenience along with a bank of ten storage rooms, each uniquely fitted, plus additional storage under the stairway. The ceilings, and mostly throughout, are all exposed joists and walls are entirely sheet-rocked. The floor on the main level is concrete in the front room and carpet in the rear room.


The mezzanine level features two rooms and a generous storage closet or workspace, offering flexibility for various uses. Skylights brighten the space and the floor is predominantly unfinished plywood.


Ascend to the upper level, where there is a large formal gallery with pine floors beneath skylights. There is a decorative fireplace, abundant track lighting designed to showcase art, a kitchenette, an additional gallery space or storage room, plus a conference room. A door on this level provides fire access to the courtyard.

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