|Price/Rent PSF||$ 1,700,000.00|
|SQ. FT. Available||4,635|
The Mid-Market redevelopment area is centered on Market Street starting at Fifth Street, ending at Van Ness, and including a number of buildings down to Mission Street. It effectively creates a sub-neighborhood of the Tenderloin, SoMa, and Civic Center neighborhoods for the purpose of redeveloping the area.
The neighborhood is changing, several properties have re-positioned or began construction. Several new hotels have opened in the neighborhood along with many new retailers and co-working ventures. The neighborhood has plenty of nightlife with nightclubs, bars and restaurants for theatergoers.
39-41 6th Street is a 3-story, reinforced concrete mixed-use building designed in the 20th-Century Commercial style. The rectangular-plan building, clad in textured stucco, is capped by a flat roof. The foundation is concrete. The primary façade faces west and includes 2 structural bays.
The storefront features recessed, paired, fully-glazed metal doors with a glazed transom. Storefront fenestration consists of fixed plate-glass aluminum-sash windows. Storefront details include a vestibule with a patterned tile floor and a roll-up door.
The 14 residential hotel units are accessed by an entrance to the south of the storefront that features a recessed, fully-glazed metal door. Upper-story fenestration consists of double-hung aluminum-sash windows. Architectural details include a belt course above the ground floor, window lintels, and modillions, a cornice, and a parapet at the roofline