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Penthouse at the Avery asks $15.95M

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Comes with one-hour consultation with celebrity stylist

The Avery’s glassy facade.
Photos by Bruce Damonte, courtesy of Related California

San Francisco’s newest luxury tower, the Avery, comes equipped with what seems requisite these days—a gaggle of multimillion-dollar penthouses with interiors by noted local designers. The mind behind the look of this on-offer penthouse is Jay Jeffers, who helped complete this 4,312-square-foot home, asking $15,950,00.

Featuring three bedrooms (plus a library) and five and a half bathrooms, Jeffers’ interiors include contemporary light fixtures; lightly hued moments, like the sofa; and textured walls.

Purchase of this tony pad will come with a one-hour session with Mary Gonsalves Kinney, stylist and founder of MGK Style, who will pore over your closet and style choices, or lack thereof. (A boon for a city that errs on the side of self-consciously casual attire.)

Note that this penthouse isn’t the penthouse at the Avery, a 8,482-square-foot, four-bedroom, six-and-two-half-bathroom affair seeking a whopping $41 million. New high-rises in San Francisco typically claim to have multiple penthouses, a move meant to entice deep-pocket buyers.

The Avery, rising 56 stories tall, was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Rem Koolhaas’ OMA (the firm’s first high-rise in San Francisco). It features both condos for purchase and rental apartments. It also comes with an affordable-housing ancillary building designed by San Francisco-based architect Anne Fougeron.

Living room with views of the Bay Bridge and Oakland.
Kitchen with island.
Master bedroom.
Master bathroom with view of Sutro Tower.