An Exclusive Look at Jay Jeffers’s Homes at the Pacific

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Man about town, shop owner, and interiors expert Jay Jeffers has designed several custom residences at The Pacific. The condominium complex is the fist residential unit to be built in Pacific Heights in decades. Developer Trumark Urban hired the designer to create model spaces with an emphasis on illustrating how the homes are ideal for entertaining. Jeffers has filled three apartments with custom furniture and lighting pieces designed specifically for The Pacific. He also sourced unique 20th century antiques for the project. “The Pacific is redefining ultra-luxury living in Pacific Heights, one of San Francisco’s most expensive neighborhoods. The grand architecture, the lavish parties, the commanding views—all of these elements served as inspiration for these apartments,” said Jeffers.  “We sought to create luxuriously livable spaces with contemporary, sexy touches—quintessential entertaining homes with soul and personality—that today’s buyers would at once embrace and be excited about.”

Jeffers hopes to entice interested buyers with the thoughtfully furnished homes. The color palette features cool neutrals with pops of jewel tones like plum and emerald green. Paneled entryways are chic and welcoming, textiles are printed and lush, and the artwork is expressive and bold. A long-standing relationship with the Dolby Chadwick Gallery is featured. Jeffers has partnered with Lisa Dolby Chadwick for the past 15 years to fill his clients home with artwork from noted artists like Gary Ruddell, John Dipaulo and Stephen De Staebler. For The Pacific, Jeffers committed large scale works from Charley Brown; the pieces provide depth to the architectural elements of the space and complement the sky high ceilings and stunning views of the city. Alta Plaza Park, the Golden Gate Bridge, and bustling Fillmore Street can be seen from The Pacific’s windows. Prospective home owners can purchase the furnished homes or work with Jeffers to custom design the empty units.