The late artist Rex Ray, who passed away in February at age 58, purchased two lofts in the Allied Box Factory building (2169 Folsom near 18th) back in 2001, one of which was his residence and one of which was his studio. The pair of units are now on the market, each for close to $1M, as Curbed shows us, and they're both pretty gorgeous. Also, lofts like this don't come along all the time in the Mission, and a unit in this building hasn't come up for grabs in eight years.

The upper unit, which was Ray's residence (see photos above and below), has hardwood floors, a bedroom with a sliding, frosted glass partition, 20-foot ceilings, and a terrace.


The lower unit, which was his studio, has a bed loft, two studio spaces, polished concrete floors, 20-foot ceilings, and overlooks the building's courtyard.



Each unit is on the market for $989,000, both are around 1200 square feet, and the realtor expects some offers to include Ray's furniture and art. See more photos here, and see the listings here.

Previously: Rex Ray, SF-Based Artist And Designer, Dies At 58

Photo: MLS via Curbed