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.