TWELVE YEARS IN THE MAKING, A VERTICAL COLLECTION OF SPACIOUS, GRAND ESTATE-STYLE HOMES RISES IN THE HEART OF SAN FRANCISCO


Twelve years in the making and withstanding two global financial setbacks and a historic pandemic, Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission, San Francisco is now fully complete, ushering in a new era for luxury residential offerings in the City by the Bay. The property is a prime example of luxury home sales leading a recovery in San Francisco, having secured the two highest closings for luxury high-rise residences in the City in 2020 at $11,340,000 and $12,555,000.

A vertical collection of 146 grand estate-style homes located in the last remaining buildable space of Yerba Buena District, Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission elevates San Francisco real estate with its spacious floorplans and the rich character of its two structures: a new 45-story tower alongside the renovated 10-story Aronson Building, which dates to 1903 and survived the city’s Great Earthquake of 1906. In addition to offering luxurious accommodations, legendary Four Seasons personalized services, and exclusive programming from the city’s top tastemakers, San Francisco’s new luxury address immerses residents and their guests in rich San Francisco history.

Designed by Handel Architects, the building returns the City to a bygone era of grandeur with incredibly spacious floorplans, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling windows in an elegant style akin to a Park Avenue residence in New York. The 146 residences are comprised of two-to-four bedrooms and feature expansive square footage spanning up to 5,000 square feet. There are at most four units per floor in the tower and three per floor in the Aronson Building, ensuring greater spaciousness and privacy. Of the property’s twelve penthouse homes, a spectacular 10,000-square-foot, dual-level Grand Penthouse features 4,000 square feet of multiple outdoor terraces – a design distinction found nowhere else in San Francisco’s luxury high-rises. The Grand Penthouse is priced at $49 million, the most expensive condominium listing in San Francisco.

At the forefront of urban luxury living, Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission, San Francisco delivers exceptional residential experiences unlike any other, including a richly appointed amenity floor on the tower’s fifth level. Features include a state-ofthe-art fitness center, a lounge with a tendered full bar, private dining, and a landscaped outdoor terrace where residents can socialize and enjoy views of nearby Yerba Buena Gardens. The Club also includes a meticulously appointed game room that features a custom-designed media wall.

The property also delivers access to exceptional art and wine experiences through first-of-its-kind private partnerships with exclusive brands. Maria Di Grande, an acclaimed art curator and principal of MDG Art Consulting, offers personalized consultation and behind-the-scenes museum and gallery tours. Napa Valley-based wine consultant Kerrin Laz leads a unique wine program for the property, including personalized high-touch concierge wine services, customized experiences in California Wine Country, wine tastings and dinners in the building, and assistance in co-hosting in-home wine experiences with residents.

San Francisco is an international, cosmopolitan city that draws great demand, and there is no place quite as posh and sophisticated as this development in the heart of the City