Museum Tower (706 Mission)

Museum Tower (706 Mission)

LOCATION:

706 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA  94102

NEIGHBORHOOD:

Yerba Buena

UNITS:

146

BUILDING:

The approximately 700,000 gross square foot development includes:

  • the rehabilitation and integration of the approximately 120,000 square foot historic Aronson Building, built in 1903 and notable for having survived the 1906 earthquake;
  • an approximately 60,000 square foot core and shell for the new home of The Mexican Museum on the ground through fourth floor levels;
  • approximately 4,800 square feet of ground level retail/restaurant shell space;
  • and construction of an adjacent new approximately 43-story, 480-foot tall residential tower with approximately 146 condominium units.

A portion of the existing adjacent below grade Jessie Square Garage will be utilized for public and private residential parking.

With a focus on personalisation, kitchens can be configured to be open to the living areas or enclosed based on the buyer’s preference. Penthouse buyers will have the option to purchase a “shell home” that can accommodate design specifications, providing buyers with an opportunity to create a residence that aligns to their specifications. Master baths will be five-piece baths and top-of-the-line appliances, cabinetry and stone countertops will be included throughout each home.
Developer: Westbrook Partners
Architect: Handel

AMENITIES:

fitness centre, lounge with a bar and fireplace, private dining and tasting room, and landscaped outdoor terrace affording residents a space to socialise among a discerning community of owners and their guests

AVAILABILITY:

First quarter 2019

REQUIREMENTS:

Pre-approval required, and Realtor required for showing appointments. For appointments, call (415) 735-5867.

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The Krishnan Team

call (415) 735-5867
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