The Pacific, San Francisco’s most anticipated new condo project, is more than 90 percent sold.
Representing the pinnacle of cosmopolitan living, the residence is now offering a brand new service to potential buyers. Trumark Urban has announced a new “White Glove Buildout Service” for The Pacific’s limited remaining inventory of customizable penthouses in the building. Designed by Handel Architects and Handel Interiors, the thoughtfully curated service allows for potential penthouse buyers to forego the hassles of the construction and design process and instead opt for an immaculately designed, turn-key space in the most exclusive collection of residences within the building.
To aid in the visualization of the pre-conceptualized spaces, model 3-D floor plans and virtual 3-D tours of Handel’s proposed design layout, as well as samples of the fixtures and finishes are available for buyers to view.
Among the remaining penthouse inventory at The Pacific includes two corner penthouses and two top-floor Grand Penthouses with private expansive terraces. Penthouse interiors range up to ~3,851 square feet with private terraces ranging up to ~2,238 square feet. All are sold as warm custom shells with prices ranging from $6.5M to $13.9M.
The entire Penthouse Collection is comprised of seven penthouses and four grand penthouses, one of which set a new price record in San Francisco when it sold for $15.875 million earlier this year. Buyers also receive a significant credit toward the build-out of any customizable penthouse shell in the amount of $1.5M for Grand Penthouses and $1M for Penthouse residences.
Located in San Francisco’s prestigious Pacific Heights neighborhood, The Pacific offers a full range of amenities including private vehicle valet, full service concierge, lobby attendant, a private Observatory Lounge overlooking the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge, a private guest residence called “The Fillmore,” and a world class fitness center.
Since launching sales in summer 2016, The Pacific is now more than 90 percent percent sold.
Photos courtesy of Circle Visions