St Regis San Francisco luxury condos and homes for saleFour Seasons Residences San Francisco is a luxurious building located in SoMa (South of Market) on 765 Market Street adjacent to downtown financial district. This building is within the luxury Four Seasons Hotel & Residences building and hosts 277 guest rooms and 142 luxury condos and homes for sale in this impeccable stunningly designed condominium.

Each home is designed with a theme to restore, revive and relax, with spa-like bathroom and fine fixtures and rich finishes. Each detail is communicated with warmth in modern luxurious style. Residences on the high floor could expect a stunning view of downtown and the iconic Bay Bridge of San Francisco.

Four Seasons San Francisco offers exceptional amenities shared with the five-star Four Seasons hotel such as fine dining restaurant, olympic-size indoor pool, world-class fitness center ( Equinox Sports Club), 24-hour security and doorman to name a few. Most homes feature chef style kitchen with Viking, Miele and Sub Zero stainless steel appliances.

Since 2008, Yahoo! president and CEO Marissa Mayer has lived in the 38th-floor penthouse apartment at the Five Star Four Seasons Hotel. This is the primary residence for her family and she is also known for the exclusive cocktail party organized in her condo.

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$10,980,000 - 3Br/5Ba -  for Sale in San Francisco

765 Market Street Unit Ph3b San Francisco, CA 94103

3 Beds
4.5 Baths
3,830 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 480492
Property Type Condominium
The world takes notice when the address is a Four Seasons Private Residence. No other name is as globally recognized for its commitment to luxury, prestige, and five-star service. Now an opportunity to own a highly coveted signature three bedroom, four and a half bathroom penthouse suite has become available. Representing one of the most spacious condominiums in San Francisco at 3,830 square feet, Residence PH3B is situated atop a commanding 400-foot elevation at the crossroads of the famed Union Square and historical Yerba Buena District. With sunrise to sunset views facing East, North, and West via floor-to-ceiling walls of windows, San Francisco's iconic landmarks are on full display.