Luxurious amenities, sleek design and a beautifully curated art collection take Fifteen Fifty to great new heights.
Bold colors and mixed shapes accentuate the modern aesthetic of the interior design
Upon exiting your car at the valet and taking your first steps inside the lobby of Related California’s Fifteen Fifty, you’ll be greeted by luxurious decor, spectacular art curated by gallerist Jessica Silverman, Verde Acquarello stone floors, blackened steel walls and a certain je ne sais quois that sets the property apart from anything else in the area. With architecture designed by SOM and interiors by Marmol Radziner, the building is complete with 550 residences ranging from studios to one-, two- and three-bedrooms. This project has come to fruition after six years, and it’s better described as a work of art than an apartment building.
The penthouse living room
The newly opened rental property situated on the corner of South Van Ness and Mission streets exceeds the every need of each resident within the 40,000 square feet of high-end indoor and outdoor amenities. A gorgeous 12,000-square-foot private park with landscape design by Marmol Radziner lives on level two, a dog park on level five, and 11,000 square feet of pool, lounge, sports bar and screen room outfit level 11. A private dining room on level 40 with a demonstration kitchen and magnificent views of the city make the perfect setting for an intimate dinner prepared by a private chef.
The exterior of Fifteen Fifty
Luxurious amenities and enviable views are not the only elements that set this property apart. The colorful and chic three-bed, three-bath penthouse on the 40th floor, with over $1 million of rare art and furniture curated by Galerie Gabriel&Guillaume in partnership with frenchCALIFORNIA, is an exhibition that marries high-end interior design and showstopping art from around the world resulting in an elegant rendition of the typical model penthouse.
A dining area in the penthouse
It’s the grand finale of a journey through Fifteen Fifty, and one that is cohesive with the rest of the thoughtfully designed building. “When we thought about designing this space, it was really about respecting the attention to detail that was put into the rest of the building,” says Guillaume Coutheillas, founder of frenchCALIFORNIA. “It’s a level of detail and luxury that I’ve rarely seen.”
The master bedroom in the penthouse
The space displays midcentury modern works by Carlo Hauner and Martin Eisler, and contemporary furniture by Ranya Sarakbi & Niko Koronis, Mauro Mori and David & Nicolas, as well as a contemporary art collection selected by Silverman. From $2,850 per month for studio apartments
Photography by: INTERIOR PHOTOS BY DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN/COURTESY OF FIFTEEN FIFTY; EXTERIOR PHOTOS BY JASON O’REAR/COURTESY OF FIFTEEN FIFTY