The open-floor plan, Carrara-marble, antiseptic-interior trend doesn’t always work well. Inside a stately San Francisco Victorian or Edwardian, the results often come off awkward and out of place, rather than providing positive contrast.
But use said decor inside a downtown high-rise flat, and you often find a perfect match.
Take, for example, this bonkers three-bedroom, three-bath, approximately 2,000-square-foot condo inside the Ritz-Carlton Residence and Club at 690 Market.
Billed as a "one-of-a-kind creation" inside the tony tower, the 17th-floor flat was renovated recently with updated features, including translucent bathrooms, minimalist new kitchen, remastered floor plan, and a super crisp white interiors.
And, please, take a moment to appreciate the unicorn of San Francisco real estate—the high-rise bathroom boasting a window. So rare, this lovely creature.
In a word, sleek.
In two words, how much?!
Asking comes to a $3,575,000, with HOAs clocking in at $2,952/month. Seeing as how this renovation took three years to complete, the price tag is clearly geared toward someone who can afford the finer things in life, and then some.
- 690 Market, #1704 [Sotheby’s]
- Financial District [Curbed SF]
- Posh Ritz-Carlton Downtown Condo Asks $2.2 Million [Curbed SF]