Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street, San Francisco announces the project’s topping off, a major construction milestone that celebrates the final cement pour. Slated for completion in late spring 2020, the 146 residences will be distinctly San Francisco, showcasing a new 45-story, 510-foot tower and preserving the historic 10-story Aronson Building. Masterfully blending historic authenticity and modern innovation in two contrasting buildings, the Private Residences will fill the Yerba Buena district’s last remaining buildable space with residences of world-class elegance and refinement.
A ceremonial construction event hosted by developer 706 Mission Street Co LLC and contractor Webcor took place on November 13, featuring the traditional hoisting of the project’s final beam, adorned with a tree and an American flag, to the building’s 48th floor.
“Hoisting the final bucket of concrete into the sky signaled that we are getting ever closer to delivering a level of luxury that San Francisco has never seen before,” said Richard Baumert, principal of 706 Mission Street Co LLC. “This project will be in a class of its own with its fine finishes and luxury amenities that makes these estate homes something very special. The beauty and distinction of the architecture of the two buildings will stand the test of time.”
Following the ceremony, an elite group of powerful movers and shakers attended an evening Topping Off Celebration that provided a first look of The Penthouse Collection, the project’s portfolio of penthouse level offering. The Penthouse Collection at Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street, San Francisco comprises 12 unique homes and a spectacular 10,000-square-foot, dual-level Grand Penthouse. The Grand Penthouse features 4,000 square feet of multiple outdoor terraces – a design distinction found nowhere else in San Francisco’s luxury high-rises. The premium penthouse residences are priced in the $15 million to $25 million range, while the Grand Penthouse is priced at $49 million, expected to be the most expensive condominium listing in San Francisco.
Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street is part of an exclusive collection of standalone Four Seasons Private Residences, offering a luxurious, amenity-rich lifestyle in one of the world’s most sought-after destinations.
Appointed with the finest finishes and the latest technology, the amenity floor “Club” on the building’s fifth level provides a convivial indoor/outdoor gathering place where residents can socialize with a distinguished community of owners and their guests. Features include a state-of-the-art fitness center designed by celebrity trainer and fitness guru , a lounge with a tendered full bar, private dining, and a landscaped outdoor terrace with welcoming firepits. Staffed by a full-time dedicated attendant, the Club will also include a meticulously appointed game room that will feature a custom-designed media wall.
The property will also offer the famed Four Seasons anticipatory services, personally customized for each owner. Industry veteran Matthew Hoffman has been tapped as the property’s director of residences, while Maria Di Grande, an acclaimed art curator and principal of MDG Art Consulting, will offer personalized consultation and behind-the-scenes museum and gallery tours. Napa Valley-based wine consultant Kerrin Laz will lead a unique wine program for the property, including personalized high-touch concierge wine services, customized experiences in California Wine Country, wine tastings and dinners in the building’s Club, and assisting residents to co-host their own in-home wine experiences.
The project is the latest in an exclusive collection of Four Seasons standalone Private Residences, independently managed by Four Seasons staff and offering residents an unparalleled level of premier amenities and services. Four Seasons debuted its standalone Private Residences at Twenty Grosvenor Square in London, followed by projects in Los Angeles, Marrakech, and now San Francisco.
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