201 Folsom Street Unit 2A, San Francisco, CA 94105
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“The seeds of civilization are in every culture, but it is city life that brings them to fruition,” epitomizes life in the East Cut. Susanne Langer’s words on the vibrancy of urban living ring as true today as they did at the close of the 19th century. From the urban oasis of the rooftop deck of Lumina, a jewel of San Francisco’s luxury highrises, the stoic glass towers of San Francisco’s East Cut contain the seeds of ideas from some of the world’s brightest minds. It is in this eclectic assemblage that the soul of the Bay Area’s tech culture comes to fruition.
In this garden of human endeavor, Lumina residence 2A is a tasteful enclave. From light-filled floor-to-ceiling windows, one can witness the vibrancy of San Francisco's urban culture. High ceilings and wide plank bleached oak hardwood floors integrate with clean modern finishes, Gaggenau appliances, SieMatic cabinetry, and Caesarstone countertops to culminate in a singular space of urbane living. With its subtle palette, the beautifully proportioned spa-like bathroom features a marble counter, shower over tub, and Kohler bath fixtures. With a spacious walk-in closet and views of some of the city's most recognizable skyscrapers, Residence 2A is a complete and efficient home, a retreat in the middle of the city.
Life in the luxury sanctuary of Lumina only begins at the private residence. It extends to its lengthy list of best-in-city amenities: 24-hour lobby attendants, a rooftop terrace and BBQ, and a fitness center designed by Jay Wright, with rock climbing wall and yoga studio. Lumina’s community also features a bi-level club lounge, private dining room, indoor 70-foot lap pool, sauna & steam room, boardroom, business center, insulated music room, movie theater, a children’s playroom, and valet parking. With Woodlands Market, restaurants & cafes, shops, and nightlife only steps away... and easy access to all transportation, including the Transbay Terminal, BART, Muni, Caltrain, the Bay Bridge and 80/280/101.
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