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San Francisco penthouse asks a whopping $41M

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Full-floor abode comes with 1,580-square-foot private rooftop

The Avery.
Rendering by Binyan Studios, courtesy of the Avery

Still under construction, the full-floor penthouse atop the Avery, a glass tower designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Rem Koolhaas’ OMA, landed on the market today for $41 million.

The penthouse, measuring 8,482 square feet, will feature four bedrooms, six and two half bathrooms, a library, a media room, a gym, a family room, a formal living room, dining rooms, and a 1,580-square-foot private rooftop with indoor and outdoor spaces.

“The penthouse resident will be able to customize their ideal rooftop sanctuary with everything from a yoga deck, garden, dining area, and lounge complete with a fire pit,” notes Related California, the firm in charge of the listing. “Surrounded by a double height glass curtain wall that contributes to the glass facade of the building, the rooftop maximizes unobstructed views in all directions.”

The north side of the penthouse will be dedicated to entertaining, while the south side (aka, the sunny side) will be geared toward everyday living.

If sold at its current asking price, the Avery’s penthouse could set a record for the highest-priced home sold in San Francisco. It’s a lot of dough; spending money for the sake of spending money. Welcome to San Francisco 2019.

However, it’s important to note that the top-floor pad at nearby 181 Fremont, asking $46 million (up from $42 million), would be the ultimate title holder of most-expensive condo sold in SF history if someone buys it.

Formal living room.
Kitchen.
Master bedroom.
Master bathroom.
Private rooftop terrace.
  • Penthouse at the Avery [Gino Canori, Related California]