SF: Luxury Living Reaches New Heights at The Pacific


As San Francisco’s posh Pacific Heights neighborhood readies for the opening of its superlative new condominium project The Pacific, interested buyers await one of the 76 impeccably designed and spacious luxury condos and row houses. With sales commencing early summer on the nine-story tower units, and move-in slated for the end of the year, the exclusive residences are already the envy of the haute monde.


Luxe Living in the Spirit of the World’s Best Residences: The only significant, newly constructed residential development in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood in decades, The Pacific sets a new standard for luxury living in San Francisco – or anywhere in the world for that matter. Masterfully designed by Handel Architects, the exquisite 250,000 square foot building and its jewel box residences are a model of quality over quantity and are created in the spirit of the Bulgari hotels in London and Milan, and the Setai in Miami and New York, where residents enjoy restful and indulgent common areas. At The Pacific, shared gardens, a yoga/fitness studio, and the pièce de résistance penthouse level observatory lounge provide spectacular views of the San Francisco skyline, the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County’s Mount Tamalpais.

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Architectural Excellence: Lucky homeowners will find soaring ceiling heights, oversized windows, generous square footage, and the world’s finest finishes, such as Arclinea Italian cabinets, Gaggenau appliances, Dornbracht, Waterworks, and Duravit and Blanco fixtures. Building amenities include an attended lobby with concierge services, a private valet garage, and a fully appointed guest suite for visiting friends, family, or colleagues.

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Expertly Sourced Art: For The Pacific’s common areas, developer Trumark Urban turned to celebrated interior designer and art consultant Maria Di Grande of San Francisco-based MDG Art Advisory LLC, whose client list includes Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, and Giorgio Armani. To create dramatic yet inviting spaces, Di Grande commissioned works by local Bay Area artists Elise Morris, Robert Kingston, Ned Evans, Thea Schrak and Sylvia Poloto to emulate the colors of Northern California’s sky, sea, and mountains. Large areas of color are inspired by legendary artist Helen Frankenthaler, and a signature commissioned wall piece by London-based artist Helen Amy Murray enthralls with elegantly carved and stitched Camellias.

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Schedule a Tour and Swoon: Of the 76 residences, 66 varied square foot units are located in the main nine-story tower. Ten units are standalone, 2,423 square foot row houses for which sales have launched; four remain. For more information on this haute cosmopolitan oasis, located near parks, quiet streets, Michelin-starred restaurants, and the urban conveniences of high-end retail, visit www.thepacificheights.com.