From the exquisitely-crafted French door handles that open the threshold of each residence, to the fine Italian marble honed and polished to perfection awaiting underfoot, every detail was considered — and reconsidered — to create the finest in San Francisco condominium living.
Polished Italian Calacatta Carrara marble frames each residence entryway, with doors encased in a Paldao wood from New Guinea. A polished brass handle custom-forged by Parisian artisans Série Rare graces the front door of each residence.
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181 Fremont’s luxury condominium residences have ebonized oak wall features, recessed cove soffit lighting, and French oak floors with seven-day fumed treatment and an Athena Athinolia finish.
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The beautiful and functional kitchens have white Brazilian Macaubas quartzite countertops, Valcucine glass cabinets, and appliance packages featuring Liebherr, Miele, SubZero, and Bosch are also available. Select kitchens are hideaway with ceruse-ebonized oak sliding panels.
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Master baths have full-height slab honed Arabescato Corchia marble soaking tub surrounds, separate shower, water closet, dual vanities, heated floors of full slab Lincoln marble, and customized storage solutions throughout, featuring fixtures by Dornbracht, Hansgrohe, and Geberit and Ann Sacks stone pebble floors in all showers.
Residents will enjoy a top-notch suite of amenities that encompass the entire 52nd floor, featuring a wrap-around observation terrace, The Conservatory, Bay Terrace, fitness center with yoga room, two distinctive lounges, library, catering kitchen, and conference room.
The fortunate residents of 181 Fremont will have the undivided attention of the service staff, and a concierge will be on call for any want or whim that might arise.
181 Fremont residents will have the best of the city at arm’s reach, plus incredible access to transportation when it’s time to hit the road and explore other parts of the Bay Area and beyond.
What’s around? Take a Saturday stroll through the Farmer’s Market at the Ferry Building, then catch a game at AT&T Park or stroll just four blocks away to the newly expanded SFMOMA.