1614 Campbell Street
Completed in 2014, the award-winning Lampwork Lofts project was the conversion of a historic four-story brick warehouse into 92 for-rent live/work units. As part of the rehabilitation, we certifed the 115,000 square foot building as a national landmark with the National Park Service, allowing the project to utilize Federal Historic Tax Credits. The building was originally built in 1919 and served as the manufacturing facility for General Electric’s Mazda Lamps. The building also has the distinction of being the first industrial facility on the West Coast to employ women.
Lampwork Lofts was named San Francisco Business Times' Real Estate Deal of the Year 2014 for Market-Rate Housing Outside of San Francisco; PCBC's 2016 Golden Nugget Merit Award for Best Renovated, Restored or Adaptive Re-Use Residential Project; and 2014 Best of American Living Awards - Silver Award for Adaptive Reuse/Multifamily.
For general leasing information regarding any of our properties, you can call our main office at (510) 452-2944. You can also contact the community manager directly if you are looking for leasing information for a specific building.
Since 1985, Madison Park has utilized its experience in property management and its development expertise to create dynamic and lasting communities.
Our properties offer spaces to meet the varied needs of our residents, ranging from traditional apartment living, to the open floorplans of our live/work spaces.
To find out more about Madison Park, as well as our other landmark properties, please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.
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