Elevated Living in SF’s ONLY 5 Star Residence

 

765 Market Street 22C, San Francisco

Welcome home to the prestigious Four Seasons Residences, Stan Lee’s former San Francisco Getaway at The Four Seasons. Currently listed for $1,350,000, the home is perfect for weekend getaways or a corporate executive. With gorgeous, unobstructed views of downtown, this east facing unit has expansive windows, tall ceilings, and Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors throughout. The kitchen is accented with granite counters and upgraded stainless steel appliances, and the unit has plentiful closet space, a marble bathroom, and a stacked washer and dryer. Experience elegant surroundings of the highest quality with world-renowned Four Seasons Brand attention to service and detail.

Boasting one of the only 5-Star Hotels in San Francisco, the Four Seasons Residences are truly unique, special, and one of a kind. 5-Star Amenities include 24-hour security and doorman service, highly skilled resident specific Concierge team, 24/7 In-Room Dining, Housekeeping, MKT Bar/ Restaurant, leased valet parking, and an Equinox Sports Club facility. Just an elevator ride away from the epicenter of international business and commerce, The Four Seasons is always an exciting, elevated address to visit. Directly outside you’ll find a city buzzing with activity. You’ll be close to world-class shopping, Michelin starred restaurants, Union Square, Yerba Buena Center for the Performing Arts, and SFMOMA. Transportation options are aplenty as well; BART, Muni, and freeway access.

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Good Value, Great Location

An awesome one bedroom condo at The Palms, unit #825 has amazing views of San Francisco’s skyline and hills. The Palms is a beautiful building with a nice look and feel, and is on the sunnier side of town. It has an impressive courtyard with a variety of palm trees and dramatic lighting which will uplift your spirits on a foggy summer night. If you like a walkable place, this is in the heart of it all. You can’t beat it, it’s in a great SoMa location. The condo is on the eighth floor so you are able to feel a sense of being connected to the city, with floor to ceiling windows and views from all the windows. It gets great natural light, and also has a long balcony. There are wood floors in the kitchen, living and dining room. The kitchen is well designed with handcrafted Studio Becker cabinetry, top quality Bosch appliances, and a beautiful Sub-Zero fridge. There is a nice size bedroom and bathroom with plenty of cabinet space. Luxury full service amenities include 24/7 front door staff that is always professional and enthusiastic. Both Whole Foods and Safeway are very close, as are lots of restaurants, pubs, services and shops, including acclaimed restaurants like 25 Lusk, Marlowe, & celebrity chef Chris Cosentino’s new restaurant.  This building has a conference center and business center for use which is very convenient if you work from home. The condo comes with a parking space and is perfect for commuters. There is easy access to 101, I-280 and I-80. And you can catch the Caltrain only one block away at 4th and King.

 

  

Folsom Bay Tower


Part of the city’s Transbay redevelopment plan, the Folsom Bay Tower is an awesome addition to the city’s skyline with it’s distinctive form and texture. Designed by Chicago architect Jeanne Gang and built by developer Tishman Speyer it’s been call twisty tower, since it incrementally twists to the height of 400 feet (originally it was supposed to be 300). You can’t miss it! It’s architecturally stunning. The design utilizes a traditional element common to San Francisco homes, the bay window, to maximize views, sunlight and air into its units – reported to be due to the special attention given to the building’s energy performance and how the building designers meant for the building “to be experienced”. There will be a wide range of floor plans. Retail on Folsom and Main streets will contribute to the new pedestrian amenities to create a highly walkable area of the city. See it here at studiogang: http://studiogang.com/project/folsom

Distinctive New Condos in SOMA

If SOMA is a neighborhood you’ve been interested in, you’ve got some very distinct new construction options available this year. The 8 new Residences at 259 Clara, the six story Folsom Street development called 99 Rausch, and a new building on 10th Street called La Maison are all new developments that are available now or we expect will begin sales this year.

 

The latest project by JS Sullivan, who also recently did 1515 15th, The Sutter, 299 Valencia, is La Maison, located at 241 10th St. between Howard and Folsom. While this developer is typically known for mid-range construction, they have gone all out with this development. Offering 28 “modern residences” designed by Alan Tse this mid-rise, five-story building has both one-bedroom and two-bedroom plans available. Building amenities include a rooftop deck with grill and dining area.

For a full list of amenities and how this compares with nearby buildings, please contact me. I would be glad to also connect you with one of the building’s preferred lenders so that you will be ready to go and on the developer’s list when they are ready to begin sales later this spring.

  

 

Transformation on Howard Street

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New buildings are reported to be coming to a quiet block of Howard Street between first and second street, according to the Chronicle, that will completely transform that neighborhood south of market. Three enormous towers ranging in height between 36-64 stories have been proposed or approved, stepping up to the immense new Salesforce Tower a block away, and potentially featuring upper floor walkways connecting pedestrians to Transbay’s awesome rooftop park, which is set to open this time next year. Read the full article in the Chronicle here.

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Open House at The Austin

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Come celebrate the opening of this stunning new development at a cocktail event.

Thursday, February 16th from 4-6pm.

Located at 1557 Pine Street in Lower Polk, the building offers 100 new residences boasting smart floor plans and views of Pacific Heights and Nob Hill. Studios are being offered in the mid-600,000s, junior one bedrooms in the high-600,000s, one bedrooms in the low-700,000s, and two bedrooms from 1,300,000.

For more information contact me at (415) 963-9822.

Some Blu for the New Year

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631 Folsom Street 6c – Open this weekend!

You won’t want to miss this 2 bedroom condo with a sleek minimalist aesthetic at the BLU, with premium grade finishes, an open spacious layout,& partial views of the city.Stunning floor to ceiling windows characterize the main living area, with recessed lighting, pristine white oak floors, and custom shades throughout. Sleek open chef grade kitchen features a large island, granite counters, white European cabinetry, beautiful stainless steel Viking stove, Bosch dishwasher, and under mount halogen lighting. Master bedroom has w/w carpet, ensuite bath and abundant storage.Unit has a full-size washer/dryer, A/C & 1 car parking. An intimate boutique community with only 6 homes per floor,24 hr doorman,all the advantages to living downtown.

Open this weekend on Saturday, January 27 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm and on Sunday, January 28 from 2:00pm to 5:00pm.

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New Warrior’s Stadium in San Francisco

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The ground breaking ceremony for the new San Francisco Warrior’s stadium in SF’s Mission Bay neighborhood will take place on Tuesday afternoon, January 17th. The hope is that the arena will be completed by the beginning of the 2019-2020 NBA season. The state-of-the-art sports and entertainment complex will be another venue in the city for concerts, family shows, and conventions, in addition to NBA basketball. The stadium is said to be funded privately and will ensure that the Warriors stay in San Francisco, read more at SFGATE.