Step inside three of the Bay Area's most sought-after abodes—all teeming with luxe amenities, chic design and picturesque views.
Bursts of color liven this ultrachic Sacramento Street space.
There’s no better way to describe this French-style residence other than elegant. Renowned architect Arthur J. Laib built the home in 1915, and it was later reimagined in 2016 by interior designer Jonathan Adler, who crafted a chic, timeless space.
The gorgeous staircase topped with dreamy blue carpeting adds unique character to the Sacramento Street home.
Today, original carvings remain on the fireplace, arches and ceilings to keep its classical flourishes, while dining room built-ins are original to the home. With the remodel, homeowners will find vibrant wallpaper in nearly every bathroom, gold light fixtures and an ombre staircase. All spaces feature Adler’s signature touches and elevate the home to new heights. $7,995,000, 1230 Sacramento St., Mary Lou Castellanos, 415.901.1769, sothebysrealty.com
A stunning gold bed frame stars in the bedroom of the Sacramento Street abode.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS
This Pacific Avenue residence is an architectural masterpiece.
Designed by Snohetta—the minds behind SFMOMA and the Oslo Opera House—and real estate developer Troon Pacific, this 12,209-square-foot residence is being repurposed with sleek lines, high ceilings, a striking atrium and a grandiose staircase to create a minimalist space that defines luxury. Once completed, the home will feature an additional 8,000 square feet, plus eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. Likewise, the home will sport a new address of 2895 Broadway, overlooking Billionaires’ Row, with an entryway through a breathtaking garden. The current entrance on Pacific Avenue will be converted into a backyard space ideal for entertaining; it will feature a lap pool, an outdoor bar and a dining area, all surrounded by towering columnar trees that create a natural border with immense privacy. $29,500,000 (excludes existing property), 2950 Pacific Ave., Neal Ward, 415.269.9933, nealwardproperties.com
Unit 68B at 181 Fremont bears unbeatable city and San Francisco Bay Bridge views.
Amid the city’s skyline lies this ultraluxe two-bedroom penthouse complemented by unbeatable views of the city below. Built in 2018, every element throughout the space was given an elevated, modern touch: Arabescato Corchia marble bathroom walls, a white kitchen with Valcucine Italian cabinetry, custom wallcoverings and floor-to-ceiling windows in each room, to name a few. The residence comes fully furnished with chic decor and furnishings—including leather and suede sofas and Miele and Sub-Zero kitchen appliances—that match the sophisticated aesthetic of the abode. Additionally, it’s the only furnished residence crafted by interior designer Kendall Wilkinson. Residents can unwind on the wraparound observation terrace and have direct access to Transbay Transit Center’s park from its exclusive residents’ club, complete with a lounge and piano bar. $15,500,000, 181 Fremont St., Unit 68B, Leo Mederios, [email protected], 181fremont.com
Photography by: SACRAMENTO STREET PHOTO BY OPEN HOMES PHOTOGRAPHY; PACIFIC AVENUE RENDERING BY STEELBLUE; FREMONT STREET PHOTO COURTESY OF 181 FREMONT RESIDENCES