Life During Warfield

Interested in living or working in a historic San Francisco building close to entertainment?

David Addington, owner of the Warfield Theatre building, has spruced up the upper floors and adjacent offices and plans to sell or lease units, including a penthouse, for business and residence space.

Purchase of an entire floor of the seven available includes eight permanently reserved Warfield seats.

“When the Warfield has a show, there’s rock stars in your basement and there’s kids lining the sidewalk,” Addington told the San Francisco Chronicle. “If you have a creative business and work until 8 p.m. and want to sneak into the back of a show, there’s no other place like it.” He plans to list floors between $1.3 million and $2.5 million.