Once again, it's Curbed Inside—in which we visit the interiors of a space to document its design and architecture. If you've got a project you'd like Curbed to consider for a visit, do drop us a line.
[The Infinity, 19th floor]
Among the development projects that need no introduction around these parts is The Infinity, Tishman-Speyer's glowing green tower at Folsom and Main that's soon to be joined by its fast-rising twin across the lots. But while we've oohed over the renderings and floorplans, we hadn't yet set foot inside the development—until now. The sales team was good enough to let us to poke around inside the first phase, which boasts 365 units. We checked out two of them.
We begin on the 6th floor, in an apartment that looks out on the courtyard that will separate the Infinity's two towers.
The kitchen, with granite counters and Thermador refrigerator.
While, yes, the views aren't what they are higher up, some lower units, like this two-bedroom, benefit from an oversize vestibule area that could easily swallow a desk or small sitting area, as seen in this here floorplan:
Now, upwards to the 19th floor, where even on the gray day we were inside, there was light-a-plenty...
... with views to the Bay Bridge and beyond.
Reverse angle of the above.
The kitchen and the view beyond. The second Infinity tower, growing to the right of this vista, will interrupt the views from here somewhat, though not as dramatically as one might think. A portion of the far right end of the Bay Bridge will be obscured. By the by, we'll have some news on that second tower coming up shortly.