Tour DuJour: $46 Million Grand Penthouse
This San Francisco gem is the tallest residence west of Chicago
Written by Kasey Caminiti
The Grand Penthouse at 181 Fremont was designed by Mary Ta and Lars Hypko of Los Angeles-based MASS Beverly, the interior designers who have worked with Beyonce and Jay-Z, Elon Musk, and Calvin Klein. 181 Fremont is currently the West Coast’s tallest mixed-use tower and with the launch of the Grand Penthouse, is the tallest residence west of Chicago. With 360-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, Farallon Islands, and Golden Gate Bridge, the $46 million listing price is well worth it.
Reaching more than 800 feet into the sky, this building has earned six global awards for innovative engineering, seismic safety and sustainability from the prestigious Council for Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. In addition, 181 Fremont is San Francisco’s first pre-certified LEED Platinum mixed-use building. Along with these stellar accolades, the Grand Penthouse specifically offers luxurious furnishings and designs, including a bespoke Bottega Veneta study, a Menotti-Filled family room, and a stunning Lolli e Memmoli chandelier. Plus, the unit’s state-of-the-art water recycling system saves more than 1.3 million gallons of water a year.
With a beautiful earth-toned color palette accentuated by cerulean blue accents, this home is warm and welcoming with a luxurious aesthetic. Click through the gallery for an inside look at the $46 million Grand Penthouse at 181 Fremont.