Veep Kamala Harris won’t have any need for her San Francisco pied-a-terre for a while, so onto the open market went the modestly sized, literate mid-rise condo residence with an asking price of $799,000.
The building is located in the SoMa district, a transitional industrial neighborhood and vibrant cultural locus of the city which is positioned just above Mission. The property is a top-floor duplex, and features a sense of space that belies its size.
The main living area features a ceiling break from single-floor to double. A soaring wall of glass and a clerestory also contribute to the living style. A staircase with a modern-style balustrade leads to the upstairs suite; there’s a little gallery overlook on the second level to drive home the unit’s open feel, and a pair of block glass panels riff on the neighborhood’s industrial roots.
Harris has owned the property since 2004. She may well be its former owner at this point, as the one-bedroom unit is now listed in contingent status.