The Book Concern Studio features an ultra-efficient layout offering space for sleeping, dining, working, cooking and bathing. An original brick wall flanking one side of the unit brings richness and character to the space and flexible shelving allows for unlimited customization options. The kitchen features a cooktop, refrigerator, stainless steel sink and counters, and built-in microwave. Smart movable steel doors offer an industrial take against the warm wood floors. A large window invites tons of natural light into the space, and offers an open view of Nob Hill, urban life, and a direct shot of the beautiful Hastings College of Law. The location is hard to beat with quick and easy access to everything that's great about downtown SF: theaters, museums, Hayes Valley, SOMA, Union Square, not to mention the wonderfully delicious Arsicault bakery located at the base of the building. Designed by the designer of Grace Cathedral, the 1908 Book Concern building was reimagined in 2008.