The Penthouse of the Circa-1920 Clocktower Building In SoMa Lists for $8.5 Million
The penthouse of the iconic clocktower building in SoMa is a unique dwelling: It incorporates the clocktower itself. Designed by architect David Baker, who handled the conversion of the circa-1920 printing plant into residences, the dwelling has a 1,800-square-foot main level with two bedroom suites and living areas, as well as three additional levels of entertaining space in the clocktower. Listed for $8.5 million, Rob Levy and Eric Turner with Sotheby’s have brought the property to market for the first time since its original sale in 1993. theclocktowersf.com
Contact: Rob Levy and Eric Turner at Sotheby's, sothebyshomes.com
There are three levels of living space located in the clocktower.
A peek at the media room.
The spacious main living area.
The modern kitchen features a separate dining area and a center island.
The tower houses the game room.
One of the two bedrooms.