South of Market (SOMA) Real Estate & Homes For Sale

The black-sheep neighborhood of San Francisco tried its hardest to avoid being the cool-kid neighborhood. Gay leather bars mix with wholesale flower warehouses and multi-million dollar conversion lofts. 6th and Mission is hardcore-homeless while blocks away multi-million dollar penthouses soar above neighborhood challenges.

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    Nearby Museum of Modern Art

    Facing North to Market St. on 10th Street

    Rooftop Garden


    SOMA Neighborhood Vibe
    Once gritty and industrial. Like its neighbors to the east, though, SOMA has transformed itself into a dynamic and bustling residential neighborhood. The eclectic and bohemian brother to South Beach and Yerba Buena, where you’re just as likely to find a tech startup adjacent to a neighborhood non-profit as you are a historic warehouse building adjacent to a modern luxury building in this black-sheep of a neighborhood.

    Popular SOMA Home Styles
    Warehouses converted to lofts. Live/work lofts from circa 2k. Modern condo buildings in low-rise buildings. SOMA Grand towers over the neighborhood at around 21 stories. Quirky alleys with wood-frame unit buildings and a few forgotten single-family homes.

    Getting Around in SOMA
    Served by transit-rich Market Street along the northern neighborhood boundary and bisected by the elevated portion of I-80, streets were designed for semi-trucks. You can walk it, you can bike it, but lately, we don’t suggest driving it because vehicular traffic is painfully slow.


    Our Current Selection of SOMA Homes for Sale

    $675,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 423925548
    Discover the perfect urban retreat at 125 Gilbert St. #10, an elegant top-floor SOMA loft on a quiet street. This stunning unit, recently remodeled with exacting quality, features wide plank floors and soaring windows that fill the space with natural...
    $614,900 | 1, 1, 0
    MLS# 423924955
    Flooded with natural light, this one bedroom + den residence features a functional floorplan with expansive view windows, in-unit laundry, Studio Becker cabinets, Caesarstone counters, and stainless-steel appliances. A lifestyle condo building with hotel style services - including Bi-Weekly Housekeeping,...
    $599,000 | 1, 1, 0
    MLS# 423924266
    Luxe Condo at The Mint Collection! The Historic Building was converted to residential by The Martin Building Company. Very Functional Floor Plan includes over 11' Ceilings, Expansive Windows & Views of the Historic U.S. Mint built in 1874. You have...

    Recently Sold Listings in SOMA

    $875,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 423915220
    Welcome to one of the most swanky, handsome, historic lofts of 310 Townsend, a staple in the SOMA district of San Francisco nearby some of San Francisco's best wining and dining options. Enter the grand open floor plan of #211,...
    $620,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 423908889
    Stunning 1BD/1.5BA + crow's nest den live/work loft tucked away on a quiet street beside the flower mart. The living room is enhanced with remote control operable skylights, a gas-burning fireplace and a wall of windows. The dining area is...
    $575,000 | 2, 1, 0
    MLS# 423900431
    Welcome to 6 Mint Plaza! This exceptional condo is a hidden gem nestled in the heart of the city, offering a unique blend of charm, convenience, & modern living. This stunning residence boasts an open & spacious layout, flooded w/natural...

    SOMA Conversion Lofts, Lofts, and Condo Buildings


    More About South of Market

    The South of Market area (SOMA) was once a gritty and industrial neighborhood. Like its neighbors to the east, though, SOMA has been transformed over the past 30 years into a dynamic and bustling neighborhood. A bit more eclectic and bohemian than either South Beach or Yerba Buena, it’s a neighborhood where you’re just as likely to find a tech startup adjacent to a neighborhood non-profit as you are a historic warehouse building adjacent to a modern luxury building.


    SOMA is home to a fascinating collection of historic buildings. Recent years have seen the arrival of community neighborhood infrastructure that people expect in a residential neighborhood, including grocery stores and updated parks. The area is also subject to a new city plan that envisions lots of new jobs but not as many new homes in the neighborhood.


    There are very few free-standing single-family homes, with most homes in SOMA being condos and live/work or conversion lofts. Options for public transit and freeway access are both pretty good. Several of the neighborhood streets serve as feeder streets to both 101 and 80 on-ramps and can be fairly frustrating to navigate during rush hour because of the heavy traffic volumes.

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