Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts and 706 Mission Street Co, an affiliate of Westbrook Partners, have announce the development of 146 private residences in the heart of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena arts and cultural district at 706 Mission Street.
Slated for completion in 2020, Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street, San Francisco, will combine spacious living and distinctive elegance with legendary Four Seasons personalised services.
The project is the latest in an exclusive collection of Four Seasons standalone Private Residences offering residents premier amenities and services, independently managed by Four Seasons staff, which will complement the neighbouring Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences San Francisco.
Four Seasons debuted their standalone Private Residences at Twenty Grosvenor Square in London, followed by projects in Los Angeles, Marrakech, and now San Francisco.
Taking its place in the city’s cultural centre, steps from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, Yerba Buena Centre for the Arts and a host of other cultural destinations, the residences will comprise two towers at 45 and ten stories high, overlooking Jessie Square.
Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission Street, San Francisco will be distinctly San Francisco, incorporating and preserving the historic Aronson Building and offering a home to a much-anticipated cultural museum on the ground floors.
“We are excited to partner with 706 Mission Street Co to bring our second Californian standalone Private Residence to life,” says Paul White, president, residential, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts.
“We look forward to providing guests and residents another opportunity to live with us in this fantastic city.
“These spacious residences will combine the outstanding luxuries and world-class service and amenities that Four Seasons is renowned for the world over.”
The new 45-storey, 510-foot tower will be built, developed and sold by 706 Mission Street Co, an affiliate of Westbrook Partners, a fully integrated real estate investment management company with offices and projects around the world.
The new building will be made of stone and glass and contain 146 spacious residences with stunning views of downtown and the San Francisco Bay.
The historic Aronson Building, dating back to 1903, will be completely restored and repurposed as part of the project.
Notable upgrades include refurbished wood-sashed windows, reworked terracotta materials, and more exposure of the inner structures of the ceiling slabs.