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Financial District Penthouse Next to Your Office Asks $1.48 Million

Uncommon residence is also located inside a San Francisco landmark

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.