San Francisco exudes a little bit of magic from every angle. The iconic Golden Gate Bridge serves as the city’s colorful centerpiece, while the bustling Fisherman’s Wharf district dazzles with quaint shops, cafés, and trolleys. As one of the most expensive zip codes in the United States, San Francisco is no stranger to over-the-top dwellings. But a recent project from renowned designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy still manages to stand out in the midst of a city known for its over-the-top real estate.
The 181 Fremont Residences—designed by Diaz-Azcuy and developed by Jay Paul Company—are a series of two- and three-bedroom condos and penthouses overlooking Treasure Island, San Francisco Bay, and the Bay Bridge. Comprising the top 16 floors of a San Francisco high-rise, the residences range from approximately 1,200 square feet to 7,000 square feet for the 70th floor penthouse. Each residence has a unique layout and personalized design overseen by Diaz-Azcuy. And with no more than four homes on each floor, the residences offer plenty of privacy and personal space.
On-site amenities include an outdoor wrap-around terrace, a fitness center with a yoga room, four distinctive lounge spaces, a library, a bar, a conference room, and a catering kitchen. The residences are expected to start at around $3.5 million for two-bedroom units and $6.5 million for three-bedroom units. Move-ins will begin in summer 2017. (181fremont.com)