View from Four Seasons Residences, San Francisco
The Four Seasons Residences has been one of our favorite high rise condominium towers since it opened in 2001, a sentiment shared by several friends who’ve lived there for years. Because people tend to stay there for a long time, it’s rare for a Four Seasons condo to go on the market.
Living space with Brazilian cherry hardwood parquet floors
A two-bedroom recently became available for $2,185,000, featuring some of the best views in downtown San Francisco. Located on the 36th floor, it’s high enough that you can see all the way across the City to the Golden Gate Bridge — a rare vantage point only available to a dozen or so condos in the area, all of them at or near penthouse level.
Aside from the luxurious interior, views, and excellent location, the great thing about living at the Four Seasons Residences is the Four Seasons itself. According to the listing agent, Joel Goodrich, the extraordinary amenities and world-class services available at the Four Seasons Residences include 24-hour room service, laundry and housekeeping services, concierge service, dining at the highly-rated Seasons Restaurant or in the private Windows Dining Room, and direct access to the 127,000 square foot Sports Club/LA.
Union Square shopping mere blocks away
The superb location of the Four seasons residences includes close proximity to the world-famous shopping of Union Square, rated by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the “World’s Top Five Shopping Destinations.” There are five major department stores within a few blocks – Macys, SAKS, Neiman Marcus, Barneys, Bloomingdales and Nordstroms – and some of the world’s greatest luxury boutiques, such as Chanel, Graff, Gucci, Prada, Cartier, Tiffanys, Bulgari, Mont Blanc, Jimmy Choo, Giorgio Armani, Brooks Brothers, Ralph Lauren, and many others!
It’s also close to the fabulous cultural amenities of SOMA and Civic Center, such as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), Contemporary Jewish Museum, Museum of Craft and Folk Art, Museum of the African Diaspora, the Asian Art Museum, The San Francisco Opera, San Francisco Ballet and San Francisco Symphony.
You can easily enjoy the entertainment attractions of downtown and SOMA, like the American Conservatory Theater (ACT) and the many other theaters of Theater District and the Mid-Market Arts and Entertainment District, the year round live performances at the Yerba Buena Center, and the fabulous nightclubs offering dancing and entertainment such as SupperClub, the Starlight Room and many others.
Ranked by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the World’s Top Restaurant Cities, world-class dining is minutes away, including Hubert Keller’s Fleur de Lys, Michael Minna’s RN74, Quince, Marlowe, Scalas and many, many more!
Finally, the condo is strategically close to the important international business and technology centers of the Financial District and SOMA. Some of the world’s biggest companies in the booming technology sector are nearby, including Google, Salesforce, Zynga, Twitter, Yelp and Yammer – and there is easy access to freeways leading to Silicon Valley!
You can see more photos and get more information at www.fourseasons-36e.com
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