Condos in Downtown San Francisco: Sophistication at Its Finest
An International Destination
Downtown, San Francisco: Luxury Condos and Convenience in The Heart of the City
Luxury Condos in Downtown San Francisco offers the best in sophistication: it is quite the cosmopolitan lifestyle while still being central to all things quintessentially San Francisco. Enjoy world-class city lights views from a high rise at The Four Seasons. Indulge in superior concierge service at the Ritz Carlton. On the ground level, you conveniently have the finest of San Francisco at your doorstep.
The Live/Work Life in Downtown
Walk to everything from Downtown. Make reservations at In Situ, James Beard award finalist for the nation’s best restaurant, or grab a pour over at San Francisco’s beloved Philz Coffee. Stroll to The Ferry Building for local produce and relax on the Waterfront. The Embarcadero, with its bayfront vistas, is not far away. If you work in the area, walking to Mid-Market and The Financial District super easy. Plus, the Salesforce Tower and 181 Fremont, San Francisco’s newest skyscrapers, will be a short walk away.
A World Class Destination
Downtown San Francisco is an international destination. There’s world-class shopping at Union Square and Westfield Shopping Centre. The city’s iconic cable cars crawl up the steep hilly streets. Downtown’s museums attract a vibrant crowd of visitors: SFMOMA, San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art and the San Francisco Museum at the Mint, are busy cultural centers showcasing important works of art and hosting dance and music performances.
Downtown San Francisco’s Construction Boom
Parts of Downtown San Francisco are undergoing massive revitalization. The current construction of the highly anticipated Salesforce Tower with The Transbay Center is a large undertaking that weaves together all of San Francisco’s south waterfront neighborhoods and will offer unique outdoor opportunities. There will be a rooftop 5 acre park over a quarter mile long accessible to neighborhood residents and visitors. Plus, a $4.75 million grant has been commissioned to the San Francisco Arts Commission as an opportunity for public artwork to be curated alongside the design and construction of the new Transit Center.
Neighborhoods adjacent to Downtown are popular SoMa District, Mission Bay, South Beach and Yerba Buena, all of which are walking distance and provide more excellent options for entertainment, dining and city living.