Luxury Tower Mira Completed & Heading Toward Move In

Mira and the Bay Bridge

Photo Credit: Mira

If you’ve driven across the Bay Bridge anytime in the past few months, you’ll know that there is no shortage of new luxury highrises in downtown San Francisco. So many new buildings are popping up that the entire skyline is wholly transformed. One tower, Mira, Tishman Speyer’s latest property, has recently topped out and is nearing completion.

A rendering of the lobby

Photo Credit: Mira

The 40-story 400-foot highrise, located one block from the Embarcadero, broke ground in mid-2017. Late last month, architect Jeanne Gang and her team at Studio Gang, finished the spiraling facade and tower. Unlike some properties that are plagued with setbacks, Mira is on schedule for residential move-ins later this year.

The spiraling tower

Photo Credit: Jason O’Rear Courtesy Studio Gang

“As we celebrate this milestone of topping out Mira’s beautiful, twisting tower, we’re looking ahead with excitement and counting down the months until the first residents move into their new homes,” Carl Shannon, senior managing director at Tishman Speyer, said in a statement. “This striking piece of architecture has found its place in the San Francisco skyline. A huge thank you to our team for helping us to deliver this gleaming new addition to the growing Transbay neighborhood.”

The rooftop deck

Photo Credit: Mira

According to Shannon, buyer traffic has been steady, and new contracts are being signed every week. When completed, Mira will house one-, two-, and three-bedroom condos and townhouses with unparalleled views of the Bay. Homeowner amenities include a rooftop deck, private dining room and lounge, a fitness center, children’s area, conference room, and valet parking for 340 cars. Ten thousand square feet of retail space will also open at Mira’s street level. As many of the city’s high-valued tech companies expand their office space and IPO, Mira offers workers and residents a new and exciting place to live. 

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