[Our picks for the best amenities exclusively available for residents] The kind of people who live in San Francisco's glassy residential luxury towers don't just want a place to lay their head at night. They buy these very pricey condos because they want the lifestyle the building and its amenities offer.
Residents of the Millennium Tower have a chance to rub elbows with tech millionaires and local heroes like 49ers legend Joe Montana in a private dining room run by star chef Michael Mina. Sunbathers relax on the custom Paola Lenti outdoor furnishings on the 26th floor roof terrace of One Hawthorne. Residents of The Infinity don't even have to open their doors to host a party, because they have access to The Infinity Club Lounge, which has catering and 24-hour concierge services. And then there's the outdoor wonderland of One Rincon Hill. So, dear readers, which building amenity is truly the most luxurious? Cast your vote below.