San Francisco’s 181 Fremont has been crafted to perfection—inside and out—by the world’s most innovative architects and artisans.
The pinnacle of refined San Francisco living, 181 Fremont has been precision-designed for perfection—at every level. Meticulously crafted to meet and exceed every expectation, residences of 181 Fremont offer discerning buyers new homes starting from the high-$2 millions that deliver exclusivity, award-winning seismic engineering and breathtaking views from the tallest residential building on the West Coast.
181 Fremont is an $850 million, 802-foot tower of architectural innovation, seismic safety and refined design. Inside, find a limited collection of just 55 all-corner residences with unique floor plans, located in the highest 17 levels. No more than four, and in some cases only two, homes per floor provide homeowners with exceptional privacy in addition to panoramic views of the city’s landmarks, bridges, and bay.
“The grand views, refined residences and five-star amenities of 181 Fremont are possible because of the drive and vision of building developer, the Jay Paul Company’s innovative effort to make 181 Fremont the most resilient building in the world,” says Matt Lituchy, chief investment officer for the San Francisco-based Jay Paul Company.
Praised by San Francisco Chronicle architecture critic, John King, 181 Fremont is a certified LEED Platinum mixed-use tower, setting a standard as the tallest residential building on the West Coast. Unmatched in the world, this leader in seismic safety earned highest global honors for its engineering by Arup and architecture by Heller Manus from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, the world’s authority on the planning, design and construction of high-rises.
181 Fremont’s elegance is apparent as you enter the lobby, created by internationally acclaimed design firm ODADA, where whimsical golden bird’s nest sconces welcome visitors and continue on each floor throughout the building, complimenting the Parisian atelier-created door hardware at each private residence entrance. In ODADA-designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy’s homeland of Cuba, having a bird’s nest near your front door signals good fortune.
Within each residence, premiere finishes include electrically controlled Lutron solar window shades, Brazilian quartzite counters and Valcucine cabinets with hardened glass fronts in the kitchens. Spa bathrooms feature heated floors of full-slab Lincoln Marble and full-height Arabescato Corchia marble walls and surrounds. The primary baths are equipped with soaking tubs with a separate shower, dual vanities and customized storage solutions.
181 Fremont’s newest model residences: 67C, 62B and 55A feature equally remarkable interior designs by notable design teams MASS Beverly, AubreyMaxwell and ODADA. Since their initial unveiling, interest in these model homes has surged, resulting in the near-immediate sale of Residence 55A. Each model residence delivers contemporary design with timeless appeal and are available for private tours.
Following the completion of the interior design of Grand Penthouse at 181 Fremont, the teams at Minotti Los Angeles and MASS Beverly teamed up to design Residence, 67C. Its chic, fashion-forward vibe was inspired by French-Italian designer Pierre Cardin. With a thoughtful home office, strong, saturated color palette and glamorous finishes, this elevated pied-a-terre is perfect for the art-loving entrepreneur.
Residence 62B features stunning custom interior designs by AubreyMaxwell. This three-bedroom, three and a half bath home compliments spectacular views of the city and the Bay with contemporary design elements hand-selected from around the world. Elevating the home’s superior design is an exciting new art exhibition in the residence entitled PODIUM II. In celebration of Women’s History Month, Holly Baxter curated this special collection of artworks by established and emerging women artists from around the world.
David Oldroyd of ODADA views the models created by his team as a natural extension of the building’s original interior design. For the now-sold Residence 55A, Oldroyd and his team incorporated and celebrated the landmark’s diagonal structural elements to open up the entire residence to the windows and views.
Beyond design, 181 Fremont offers homeowners ultimate convenience near San Francisco’s Embarcadero waterfront and the city’s rich urban tapestry of restaurants, shopping, theaters, world-class museums and parks.181 Fremont is also the only residential building to offer direct access to Salesforce Park via a seventh floor skybridge.
Encompassing the entire 39th floor, 181 Fremont’s jaw-dropping Residents’ Club provides amenity space like no other with a 360-degree wrap-around outdoor terrace, fireside gathering area, fitness center and yoga studio, multiple lounges including one with a piano bar, a media room and more. With a catering kitchen and conference room, residents are invited to host private events and/or conduct business with inspiring views of San Francisco as a backdrop.
Homeowners enjoy exclusive service including an on-site concierge, 24-hour lobby attendants and valet parking. Sales and marketing for 181 Fremont are provided by Compass Development.
Address: 181 Fremont, San Francisco.
Price: Two-bedrooms starting at the high-$2 millions, three-bedrooms starting at the mid-$5 millions. Half-floor penthouses start at $15 million. Smaller accessory suites of studio and one-bedrooms are available for purchase by homeowners.
Features: Two- and four-bedroom luxury condos in the tallest residential building on the West Coast. This boutique residence building offers a wealth of 5-star services and amenities, including a concierge and 24-hour valet parking, fitness center, piano bar, 360-degree outdoor terrace with panoramic views of San Francisco and more.
Learn more at www.181fremont.com.
Contact: 181 Fremont, 415-282-0888, info@181Fremont.com