143 Albion is quite the address. Remodeled to become a four-bedroom residence in 2009, it's now on the market for $6.5 million, which Curbed indicates is one of the highest asks ever in the Mission.
The history comes built in. The hall of its name was constructed as a meeting place following the 1906 earthquake and fires. From 1908 to 1912 it served as a headquarters for the Socialist Party. Charmingly, they called it Equality Hall, and I shudder to think what they would say of that asking price — a lowball, presumably.
From 1912 to 1966 the Hall was a home for the Arbeiterbildungsverein, or the Workmen’s Educational Association, and the International Longshoreman’s Association. And in the 1970s, Albion Hall was purchased by Olympic athlete Tom Waddell.
You can see more features and place your bid, I suppose, on the property's dedicated website.