338 Spear St #39A
San Francisco, CA 94105
INCOMPARABLE LUXURY AND INCREDIBLE VIEWS
This 39th floor Infinity Tower II home features dazzling views over the San Francisco skyline and a northeast backdrop of the mesmerizing San Francisco Bay. This 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condominium is a very rare single-story floor plan with wall-to-wall curved windows in the living and dining rooms to maximize the light and views from the home. The highlight of the home is the extra-wide curved outdoor terrace that runs almost the length of the home. This huge view terrace is accessible from the living room and secondary bedroom.
Residence 39A is the epitome of modern elegance integrating Infinity penthouse kitchen finishes–Poggenpohl cabinetry, a Viking range, a Thermador refrigerator, and a well-proportioned center island–with premium updates and modern conveniences including Tibetan walnut floors, custom closets, bespoke carpeting, designer lighting, and power roller shades. The master bedroom suite includes a walk-in closet, a dressing area with built-in organization systems, and an en-suite master bathroom that features a dual vanity, limestone floors, a separate shower, and a tub. The second bedroom is perfect for a guest bedroom or home office and has direct access to the wrap-around balcony. The bedrooms are on either side of the living room for separation of space.
This home represents one of San Francisco’s best examples of the high-rise condominium lifestyle featuring all the great things found in today’s modern home: world-class views and modern and functional upgrades, all in an A+ location.
The iconic Infinity condominium complex in South Beach was designed by the joint architecture team of Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Architectonica and Heller Manus and developed by Tishman Speyer. The Infinity is a complex of 4 individual buildings: two high-rise towers of 42 and 37 floors and 2 mid-rise towers of 9 and 8 stories, all sharing a full suite of luxury amenities such as a 5,000 square foot fitness center, 75-foot-long indoor pool, club lounge with catering kitchen and bar, movie theater, business center, and more. The high-rise towers’ signature all-glass exterior and round undulating facade make it one of the most stylish, unique buildings in San Francisco, if not the entire country.
Within immediate proximity from your front door is the Embarcadero, a promenade running alongside the water, the Financial District, the Ferry Building, AT&T Park, and the best dining and shopping options the city has to offer. If work or play takes you away from the city, highway on-ramps to the East Bay and Peninsula are all within a few blocks.
Living at the Infinity is the perfect marriage of luxury, comfort, and convenience.
Incomparable SF skyline and water views
2 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms
Kitchen featuring Studio Becker cabinets and high-end Bosch and Thermador stainless appliances
Master bedroom has large walk-in closet with custom organizers
Luxurious bathroom with extra-deep soaking tub, granite counters, and limestone travertine
Washer/dryer in unit
HOA dues: $898.71 per month
24-hour attended lobby
Professionally managed with on-site concierge
5,000 square foot fitness center (one of the largest in San Francisco) fully equipped with state of the art cardio machines and weight training equipment, yoga room with Pilates equipment, private massage rooms, and dry saunas
75 foot-long heated indoor pool
Club lounge with catering kitchen, bar, and entertainment system
Movie theater with surround sound speaker system
Business center with professional-grade copier/scanner
2 executive meeting rooms: one large “board” room and a more intimate meeting room
Landscaped courtyard with waterfall
Highly-rated Prospect restaurant on the ground floor of the building
Once filled with warehouses, South Beach has been transformed over the last decade into a primarily residential neighborhood with modern apartments and luxury condos. It’s known for water views and convenience to the Financial District and SOMA neighborhoods as well as being the home of AT&T Park. It also includes the popular sub-neighborhood of Rincon Hill, which was one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods during the Gold Rush. Recently it’s become home to several of the city’s tallest luxury condo buildings, re-establishing it again as one of San Francisco’s most prestigious neighborhoods, with easy access to the Financial District and breathtaking views.
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*Photos are of similar unit.