FiDi workers, here’s one pricey way to kill your commute. This penthouse at 201 Sansome in the heart of the city’s Financial District lands on the market today, providing a rare opportunity to live in a part of San Francisco where most people commute.
Though few think of living in the FiDi, it’s where a lot of people call home. Residential towers like 333 Bush and Golden Gateway Commons are smack dab in the heart of San Francisco’s busy worker-bee sector, which, while hectic on weekdays, is so quiet and calm on weekends the neighborhood turns practically meditative.
This chic offering is located inside a San Francisco landmark, the Royal Insurance Building, built in 1907. Another bonus—unit #1003 is directly above a Blue Bottle Coffee. Meaning that your next $16 cup of coffee is but a short elevator ride away.
The top-floor flat comes with two bedrooms, two and a half baths, and 1,368 square feet. Also of note is the rooftop skylight and—get this—a window in the master bathroom. (Windowed bathrooms in downtown residential high-rises are the unicorns of SF real estate!)
HOAs come to $785 month. Asking is $1,485,000.