Soar to New Heights in San Francisco’s Exclusive Sky Lounge

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Sky Lounge in Tower Two at One Rincon Hill

Photo Credit: Courtesy One Rincon Hill

You’ll find no steep membership dues or burly bouncers guarding a red velvet rope to keep you out of the Sky Lounge, perched 49 floors above the streets of San Francisco and offering sweeping bird’s eye views of the Bay. Yet the Bay Area’s hautest new spot is truly exclusive.

Located in Tower Two of One Rincon Hill, an upscale, for-lease, residential complex consisting of two skyscrapers that share a common townhouse podium, this sleek 3,200-square-foot entertaining and relaxation space that just opened a couple of weeks ago is for the exclusive use of One Rincon Hill’s community. Haute Living had a chance to check it out over the weekend when we attended a private birthday party for woman-about-town Teresa Rodriguez, whose soiree drew a bevy of San Francisco tastemakers, including host Leo Goode, Joel Goodrich, Aubrey Brewster, Beth Schnitzer, Adam Neeley, Bacca da Silva, Julie Wainwright, Michael Righi, Greg Lynn, Gwyneth Borden and Scott Eddy.

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Leo Goode and Teresa Rodriguez at the Sky Lounge in Tower Two at One Rincon Hill

Photo Credit: Kelly E. Carter

Featuring a billiard room overlooking AT&T Park, a 12-person dining room with a private catering kitchen, outside terraces, a piano and fireplace, the Sky Lounge is the ultimate venue throw a private bash—day or night. We dare you to find another resident lounge of its type and height in the Bay Area.

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Sky Lounge in Tower Two at One Rincon Hill

Photo Credit: Courtesy One Rincon Hill

Sure, the Sky Lounge is technically the common area of this complex but the residents, who can reserve the lounge, are anything but commoners. In addition to the spectacular 49th floor Sky Lounge, Tower Two at One Rincon Hill offers an array of luxury amenities, including open-air green spaces, a swimming pool with spa, reflecting pool, outdoor entertaining area and state-of-the-art fitness center.

Designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) architects and developed by Urban West Associates, One Rincon Hill’s first phase opened in 2008. Last year, Tower Two opened, featuring 298 finely-appointed and targeted LEED Silver residences that are uncommonly spacious, ranging in size from 613 to more than 3,200 square feet, with an average of 1,136 square feet.

Each home offers floor-to-ceiling double-paned windows with air ventilation, Studio Becker cabinetry, granite countertops, pro-level Bertazzoni, Fisher & Paykel and Bosch kitchen appliances, individually controlled heating and air conditioning, soaking tubs and full-size Bosch washers and dryers. Select residences offer walk-in closets, single or dual balconies and/or bonus rooms. Monthly leasing rates start at approximately $3,300 for one-bedroom, $5,500 for two-bedroom and $9,900 for three-bedroom floor plans.

The building’s position at the apex of Rincon Hill’s emerging neighborhood core, as well as its refined yet striking design, creates stunning unobstructed and panoramic views of the Bay Bridge, Financial District, Twin Peaks and the East Bay.

You and your entire crew can enjoy it all from the Sky Lounge.

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Sky Lounge in Tower Two at One Rincon Hill

Photo Credit: Kelly E. Carter

 

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