The entire downtown San Diego area is rife with stunning, historic buildings, one of them being the Samuel Fox Lofts building at 950 6th Avenue. Built in 1929 by Fox to house his Lion Clothing Company, the classic Spanish Revival architecture features an overhanging tile roof, sculptured terra cotta spandrels, and cast iron decorative grills. Truly, the building is a work of art.
It was last updated in 2006 and now is home to Samuel Fox Lofts, a condo community featuring over 12,000 square feet of office and retail space on the street level, as well as residential lofts. Over 20 floor plans at Samuel Fox Lofts offer a variety of layouts you’re unlikely to find in any other downtown San Diego condo building. Read-on...
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San Diego Condos at Samuel Fox Lofts
Residences at Samuel Fox Lofts range in size from 770 to 1,900 square feet and feature dramatic 15-foot ceilings and paned windows that add character and lots of natural light to flood the space and bounce off the polished concrete floors. Units boast walk-in closets and exposed ductwork. High-end kitchens are equipped with stainless steel apron sink, quality maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances including a gas range, and granite counters with a breakfast bar. The spa-like bathrooms feature double vanity bowl sinks on granite counters, natural stone tub and shower surround, a luxurious 6-foot soaker tub, and in some units, a separate tub and shower.
At the corner of 6th and Broadway Avenues, the Samuel Fox Lofts building is in the northern portion of the Gaslamp Quarter where residents enjoy the myriad of shopping and dining options that the neighborhood is known for. Even though the community is pedestrian in nature, there is a host of other ways to get around the area with ease. There is a bus stop directly in front of the building and a trolley stop one block away. The San Diego Freeway system is ten blocks or less away when exploring San Diego and points beyond by car.
Samuel Fox Lofts School Information
Elementary: Washington Elementary
Middle School: Roosevelt Middle School
High School: San Diego Complex
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