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$10.9M Four Seasons penthouse comes with five-star amenities

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Pricey pad up in the sky is one of San Francisco’s most expensive condos on the market

Down in SoMa on Market Street, a top-floor penthouse inside the too-chic Four Seasons Hotel & Residences lands on the market this week. And it’s a whopper.

Formerly owned by Joyce Stupski, a public relations maven and local socialite, this massive abode (the largest condo on the market right now) comes with four beds, four and a half baths, and 4,640 square feet. And that’s not all.

The east, south, and west walls are made of floor-to-ceiling glass, which gives the lucky owner sunrise to sunset views. The penthouse has three entrances (residential, main, and staff); the ceilings reach up to 9”6’; and the master bathroom comes with—gasp—a window, the unicorn of San Francisco high-rise living.

Foyer

Living here also comes with Four Seasons’s five-star service and amenities—e.g., 24/7 in-room dining, concierge, Equinox Sports Club membership, and more. Sigh. Glorious.

HOAs are $3080/month. Handled by Gregg Lynn of Sotheby’s, asking comes to a whopping $10,900,000.

This makes penthouse 2A the second most expensive penthouse on the market today, coming in a close second behind the Infinity’s bonkers pad asking $12 million.

The Four Seasons

757 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 Visit Website