181 Fremont

The Building

181 Fremont’s skyscraper will be 802 ft tall, developed by The Mark Company and designed by Orlando Diaz-Azcuy. The lower 70 stories will contain commercial space, and the top 17 floors will contain the condominium residences.
Developer: Jay Paul
Architect: Heller Manus
Interiors: Orlando Diaz

Amenities

181 Fremont will be linked to the future Transbay Transit Center via the skybridge, where residents and office tenants have direct access to 11 transportation lines and a 5.4 acre elevated park.  Residents will enjoy a top-notch suite of amenities that encompass the entire 52nd floor, featuring a wrap-around observation terrace, The Conservatory, Bay Terrace, fitness center with yoga room, two distinctive lounges, library, catering kitchen, and conference room.  Concierge service also included.

Parking
1 parking spot is available per unit.
Requirements
Pre-approval is required, and a Realtor is required for showing appointments. For appointments, call (415) 735-5867.For appointments, 
call (415) 735-5867.
Price Range
From the first release in May 2016, prices range from $3.6M-$14.5M. Accessory suites range from $1.1M-$1.5M. HOA is about $2K-2.4K.
Units
67 residences are in the top 17 floors. Residences range from 2-bed, 2-bed+den, 3-bed, 3-bed+den, and full floor penthouses are available. Accessory suites are available for add-on purchase only, and range from studio, junior 1-bed, and 1-bed.
Availability
As of February 2021, there are 7 active listings, 1- , 2- and 3- bedroom units with prices ranging from $1,700,000 – $6,855,000
Location

181 Fremont St.

San Francisco, CA 94105

Neighborhood
SOMA
Current Status
Date on Market: May ‘18
Number of Homes: 67
Closed: 35

SOMA

An energetic fusion of high-end modern living and industrial charm, SOMA (South of Market) stretches from Market Street to the waterfront. It has become a cultural epicenter over the past several decades, home to the Moscone Center, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Cartoon Art Museum, Museum of African Diaspora, SF MOMA, and more. Yerba Buena Gardens is twelve square blocks of nature, art, and fun for both kids and adults, with landscaped lawns, waterfalls, a sculpture court, playground, ice rink, carousel, bowling alley, and an excellent interactive children’s museum. Salesforce Park offers plenty of daytime diversion as well, filling 5.4 acres with botanical gardens, public art, and a daily schedule of free events. For beautiful views of the bay with a side of baseball, check out a game at Oracle Park, home of the SF Giants. If retail is your sport of choice, head to Westfield Center or one of SOMA’s many one-of-a-kind boutiques. Feel free to shop until your blood sugar drops – the eclectic neighborhood is well-known for its diverse dining scene, ranging from casual to destination to deliciously kitschy. The neighborhood's grocery stores have everything you need for dinners at home, and you can always grab a quick bite at SOMA StrEat Food Park or the Heart of the City Farmers’ Market. There are plenty of speakeasies, cocktail lounges, and sports bars to keep you busy from happy hour on.
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