Have you heard of The Pacific?

Business Insider published a post about The Most Luxurious Towers in 7 Major Cities. Forget Millennium. Infinity? Nah. Maybe Lumina. Nope. They listed The Pacific. Check out their website.




“San Francisco has a notoriously hot real-estate market right now, but the options skew toward traditional townhouses on picturesque streets. Luxury towers are fewer and farther between, with the notable exception of the Lumina. Completed last year, units sell for about $2,000 a square foot. The building boasts a massive gourmet market on the main floor, as well as a major rooftop terrace.

But for a unique option with standout amenities, buyers can now look to The Pacific. A new development in the exclusive (and very expensive) Pacific Heights enclave, it’s not a traditional tower complex, but instead a combination of a condo tower and customizable “row houses,” which emulate San Francisco’s more traditional architecture.”


Architect: Handel Architects

Number of stories: Nine in the tower, plus 10 row houses

Unit pricing: Not released

Penthouse price: Not released

Penthouse price per square foot: Not released, but expected to set price-per-square-foot records for the San Francisco area.

Perks: Private gardens and terraces, fitness center, fully furnished guest suite for visitors, and personal concierge and valet service.

Standout amenity: The “Observatory Lounge,” with Golden Gate Bridge views.

Open for residency: Late 2016



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