Located in the heart of San Francisco’s vibrant Yerba Buena arts and cultural district, Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street, San Francisco combines spacious living and distinctive elegance with legendary Four Seasons personalized services.

Masterfully blending “historic” and “new”, the highly anticipated luxury address is slated to be completed this summer and offers residences of world-class refinement. The project features a new 45-story tower alongside the renovated historic Aronson Building and incorporates 146 spacious residences.

Handel Architects worked with Page & Turnbull to completely restore, rehabilitate, and repurpose the ten-story Aronson Building which was constructed in 1903 and was one of the only buildings to survive the city’s Great Earthquake of 1906. The new, adjacent tower is made of stone and glass and overlooks Jessie Square, steps away from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and a host of other cultural destinations.

Owners will enjoy thoughtful design features such as dramatic entryways; grand corner living rooms with floor-to-ceiling glass; defined dining areas; adjacent yet private informal areas; large kitchens; master bedrooms with breath-taking views; large, light filled master baths; in-home offices; and guest bedrooms with in-suite baths. Most residences will range in size from 2,800 to more than 4,000 square feet, with between two to four bedrooms each.

The project’s apex is The Penthouse Collection, comprised of 11 unique homes and a spectacular 10,000 square foot, two level Grand Penthouse. The Grand Penthouse features 4,500 square feet of multiple outdoor terraces – a design distinction found nowhere else in San Francisco’s luxury high-rises. The premium penthouse residences are priced in the $15 million to $25 million range, while the Grand Penthouse is priced at $49 million. Famed cabinetry designer Christopher Peacock has been commissioned to create an exclusive cabinetry collection for the penthouse homes, marking his first collaboration with a luxury high-rise in San Francisco. The amenity floor on the building’s fifth level is handsomely appointed with the finest finishes and latest technology, including a state-of-the-art fitness center, a lounge with a tendered full bar, private dining, and a landscaped outdoor terrace. A meticulously conceived game room features a custom-designed media wall, and the club is staffed by a full-time attendant.

706 Mission Street will offer the famed Four Seasons anticipatory services customized for each owner. Maria Di Grande, acclaimed art curator and principal of MDG Art Consulting, and Kerrin Laz, a Napa Valley-based tastemaker, are two of the partners that will provide personalized consultations.

Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street exemplifies a level of luxury that affords its residents a lifestyle that other buildings have only aspired to. With its unique elevated service experiences that embrace all that is special to the Bay Area, these residences reimagine 21st century luxury living. For additional information e-mail