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High atop One Rincon Hill sits a new crash pad for those that are looking for a little more than just an amazing view; though that is part of this incredible package deal. This residential building towers over all  San Francisco, giving it breathtaking views from every angle. Four different Northern California design firms came together to create the perfect living experience for the lifestyles of four completely different people. Each unit comes ready to go; fully furnished and decorated. Just hang clothes, fill your fridge and you are set to be living in your dream apartment without having to do any of the tedious dirty-work of picking out a sofa and matching rug.

The first they were trying to please is the young millionaire, who is looking to have the best of the best in technology and games, but still have a sophisticated pad to come home to. The units are called “Exuberance at Play” and boast 1856 square feet each. That gives him plenty of room to hook up all his toys and have some state of the art electronic video game bowling competitions! The units have two bedrooms, two baths, a den and of course a gorgeous balcony that will impress any buddies of his that come over to “play”. The space is decorated with a fun, laid back theme of vintage skateboard tops by Ryan Francis in one room, to custom bar stools by Godar Furniture in another, to a big neon @ sign sitting on the kitchen counter. Everywhere you turn there is a new surprise waiting.

Next on the list is a single corporate executive. His space is slightly larger at 1947 square feet, but has a more rustic and natural look which is perfect for wooing any friend that might happen to stop by. As you enter there is a hanging succulent garden, a soothing fountain and an aquarium bubbling with unique fish and beautiful coral. Surrounding you are pieces made from petrified wood and cork like the succulent sculptures by Donald Joseph Inc., a driftwood drop leaf desk and “Lion Square” chair by Palecek. The environment emanates relaxation and rejuvenation.

Any pair of empty nesters looking for the perfect place to settle in will find a mix of modern and traditional designs to keep up with more elegant tastes. A mix between deep, dark woods and light cream colored furniture, accentuated by golden highlights of contemporary art and adornments gives off a more contemporary feel. Their space will be perfect for entertaining and throwing fabulous soirees. Perusing through the apartment you will notice the “Moon” bench by Applegate Tran from Beckman Moore Yaki Studio, an Essex polished ebony grand piano, made by Steinway from Sherman Clay and a chandelier with Swarovski crystals by Policelli Lighting.

Lastly, for the downsizing, cosmopolitan couple, is an incredible three bedroom, ‘practical’ space. This unit was opened up to allow for there to be larger areas instead of tiny closets and narrow hallways. Focusing on artist display’s around the unit they have placed a Richard Avedon piece, “William Burroughs”  1975 on one wall. On another, “Portrait of my Father” 2005 & “Ashes” 2000 archival pigment prints by Linda Foard Roberts, adjacent to one another, and across the hall “The Bohemians” 2006 (by Kota Ezawa), from the series “My Ghost” 1999 by Adam Fuss, from Baxter & Cook Art Advisors.

Since downtown living is the latest thing in haute living, take a peak at One Rincon Hill and find an apartment to suit anyones fancy.

Via: SFLuxe

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