There’s something to be said for the Four Seasons San Francisco. It’s lovely, sure, but not for everyone. And the steely hotel/residential building in Yerba Buena stands as a prickling, contemporary delight compared to its neighbors (e.g., the Park Central Hotel and the polarizing Marriott).
A cool, antiseptic flat inside the structure has landed on the market this week, asking $5,695,000.
Coming in at three beds, three and half baths, and 2,576 square feet, unit 26F comes with floor-to-ceiling windows, a northeastern view of the skyline, and all the joys and amenities that come with living in a hotel. (One pitfall that also comes with living in a hotel is the lack of bathroom window, the prized unicorn of SF residential high-rise real estate.)
Psst: HOAs come to $2,474. Alas, five-star amenities don’t pay for themselves.