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One Ecker Place

San Francisco, CA

Site: 58,000 sf     No. Stories: 4 stories

Originally built in the early 1900s as a warehouse, One Ecker Place is a four-story building located in the financial district in close proximity to the Transbay Terminal. Over 58,000 sf of interior space were renovated into 51 residential units. The building’s exterior is typical of the early century era, with existing cast iron columns and exposed timber beams. Virtually all mechanical and electrical systems were replaced and the entire building was upgraded with a fully automated sprinkler system. 1,950 sf of ground floor retail space was refurbished along Ecker Place Street and the removal of brick windowsills is planned to enhance the adjoining pedestrian spaces along with an accessible roof level and terrace deck for residents.