Grosvenor Americas has announced the completion of its latest luxury residential condo development, Crescent, located on Nob Hill. New York-based Champalimaud Design, the celebrated interior design firm responsible for Crescent’s interiors, recently completed the design of a two-bedroom plus den, approximately 1,475 square-foot model residence, listed for $2,850,000. Additionally, an approximately 650 square-foot one-bedroom residence by renowned firm NICOLEHOLLIS is listed for $1,325,000. The artfully appointed model residences provide an exclusive first look into Crescent’s distinguished interiors in advance of the building’s opening in early 2020.

Crescent’s collection of 44 condominium residences is poised to become an unrivaled address epitomizing the style and beauty of an uncompromising contemporary California lifestyle. The boutique eight-story building represents the first multi-family residential project in San Francisco by famed Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA), a firm appropriately named to the AD100 Hall of Fame. RAMSA’s meticulous floorplans are brought to life with curated interiors by Champalimaud Design, the award winning multi-disciplinary design firm founded by Interior Design Hall of Fame inductee, Alexandra Champalimaud. Crescent represent Champlimaud’s first multi-family project on the West Coast and the first pairing of Champalimaud Design and Robert A.M. Stern Architects.

“Champalimaud’s timeless designs for Crescent combine California sensibility with the grandeur and elegance synonymous with Nob Hill, perfectly complementing Robert A.M. Stern’s distinguished architecture to create a landmark building that captivates from every angle,” said Steve Buster, Senior Vice President of Development for Grosvenor Americas. “We are delighted that Crescent represents Champalimaud’s first multi-family residential development on the West Coast and the firm’s first pairing with RAMSA, resulting in a world-class design unparalleled in the City.”

“We envisioned Crescent’s interiors as a luxurious retreat in the heart of San Francisco’s most prestigious enclave,” said Winston Kong, partner at Champalimaud. “Our design speaks to Nob Hill’s rich history while catering to the expectations of today’s discerning city dweller, providing a sophisticated, comfortable and welcoming interior that highlights the building’s architecture and encapsulates the desires of residents: functional, flexible, and fluid, with colors and textures within to mirror that mentality. A focus on natural and airy materials, stones and marbles with soft tones, matte finishes, and light oak surfaces cater to a relaxed yet refined California lifestyle.”

The model residences by Champalimaud and NICOLEHOLLIS are a further testament to the caliber of exceptional design and living experience to be expected at Crescent, which reflects Grosvenor’s commitment to quality and longevity. With Crescent, Grosvenor builds upon a 350-year-old tradition of creating some of the most recognized and appreciated residential addresses in the world. Its San Francisco portfolio encompasses some of the City’s most prolific addresses, including 288 Pacific Avenue, 1645 Pacific Avenue, the upcoming redevelopment of the California Pacific Medical Center in Presidio Heights, along with a collection of flagship retail and commercial properties centered in and around Union Square.

Crescent will be move-in ready in January 2020. Register today for additional information at