Not that it’s a contest, but if it were, the impending Four Seasons tower would get the top honor of priciest grand penthouse in San Francisco. It’s asking—deep breath—$49 million.
Designed by Handel Architects and located in Yerba Buena, both penthouse and the tower are under construction now, so details of this tony top-floor home are sparse. Highlights will include roughly 10,000 square feet of residential space, 4,500 square feet of multiple outdoor terraces, a pool, and at least two floors of living space, according to a spokesperson with Four Seasons Private Residences.
The penthouse will also have access to the building’s fifth floor club level, which will overlook Jessie Street Plaza and come with a staffed bar, five “fire tables,” a poker table, and a sports simulator (golf and tennis.) “It’s almost like a private club,” says Dilan Urun, the Four Seasons managing director of sales.
This latest pricey penthouse offering come on the heels of another dramatic sky-high home: 181 Fremont’s grand penthouse, which is on the market for $46 million.
The 45-story, 510-foot Four Seasons tower, which uses the 1903 Aroson Building as part of its construction, can be seen at Mission and Third streets. The exterior features a mix of floor-to-ceiling windows, an undulating stone facade, and the aforementioned 1903 structure, which was recently renovated.
Pricing for the 146 residences will begin at $2.5 million, the regular penthouse residences (11 in all) are priced in the $15 million to $25 million range, and the grand penthouse comes in at $49 million. The building is slated for completion in 2020.
Main living space could come with a winding staircase.
The dining room with views of Sutro Tower and Twin Peaks.
An infinity pool that comes with views of Salesforce Tower.