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181 Fremont

55 ultra-luxury residences perched at the top of 181 Fremont, which rises almost 800 feet above San Francisco in the Transbay/Yerba Buena neighborhood south of Market Street.

We do not represent the developer of 181 Fremont. The fine sales team at The Mark Co. provide the developer with exclusive representation, we provide buyers with independent representation at all sales opportunities across the city of San Francisco in both new and modern homes.

Quick Facts about 181 Fremont

Year Built: Under construction

Number of homes: 55 residences + 12 accessory suites available to bundle with a residence (for original purchasers)

Parking Type: Valet

Home Sizes: 1,200 square feet +

Amenities: 52nd floor amenity level with a view terrace, conservatory, fitness center with yoga room, owner lounges, library, catering kitchen, conference room, full-time concierge, valet, and attended lobby

Developer: Jay Paul Company

Builder: Level 10

Architect: Heller Manus

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181 Fremont rises 800 feet above San Francisco, and offers ultra-luxurious condominium homes beginning on the 54th floor of the building.

Overview of 181 Fremont:

181 Fremont homes – similar to the homes at 333 Bush in the Financial District – will be located on the top floors of the 181 Fremont tower with office space below. The building will rise approximately 800 feet above ground level, making it the second tallest building in SF. The Park 181 residences will be on the top 17 stories of the building and will feature stunning views.

Number of Homes:

55 residences that begin on the 54th floor. The 55 original purchasers also have the opportunity to bundle an “accessory suite” with the purchase of their main residence in the building. The 12 accessory suites come in studio and one-bedroom configurations.

There are four homes per floor with the exception of the 70th floor, which will be offered as a Grand Penthouse with about 7,000 square feet of living space.

Most homes at 181 Fremont range in size from about 1,200 square feet to about 3,000 square feet.

181 Fremont Construction Schedule:

181 Fremont is currently under construction, adjacent to the new Transbay Terminal and very close to SalesForce Tower. Occupancy is estimated for early 2017.

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Our film for Jay Paul Company is released.

steelblue undertook an exciting opportunity to create the visual story for 181 Fremont. Through the use of a film, photography, timelapse, and rendering we were able to create a movie that showcases 181 Fremont as an important part of our skyline while maintaining the city’s vision of the future.

Jay Paul Company and Cornish & Carey Commercial Newmark Knight Frank (C&CCNKF) announced today (3/29/13) that Jay Paul Company has acquired 181 Fremont Street, a Transbay development site, from SKS Investments.

Karl Baldauf, a C&CCNKF senior vice president, was selected to market the office portion of the Fremont Street tower for lease. Level 10 Construction has been engaged to build the tower.

Pricing for 181 Fremont:

Pricing begins at approximately $3,000,000.

181 Fremont Parking:

Every home has 1 car valet parking. Select homes will offer two car parking, and the accessory suites each also comes with one parking spot. This is perhaps the only development in San Francisco where the parking available to residents could be described as generous.

Amenities and Finishes for 181 Fremont:

Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes:

The developer made a “contribution” of approximately $14,000,000 to the city’s affordable housing fund instead of building BMR/inclusionary housing with the project. It might sound elitist, but with monthly HOA dues projected to start at roughly $2,000/month or more, it makes sense when you think about it.

Listing Agent:

We do not represent the developer of 181 Fremont. The fine sales team at The Mark Co. will represent the developer exclusively, we provide buyers with independent representation across the city of San Francisco in new and modern homes.