Residence 5B is situated on the West facing section of the building, providing an abundance of natural light from the floor to ceiling windows throughout. With approximately 1900 square feet of contemporary living space, 11-foot high ceilings, this 2 Bedroom, both with en-suite bathrooms, also includes an additional den and separate powder room for guests. Immediately upon entering 5B you feel at home. Infused with natural light and gracious proportions, Residence 5B is offers multiple corner exposures with views of Transamerica Pyramid, Coit Tower and Jackson Square and Downtown Skyline views. 288 Pacific blends contemporary design with a nod to historic Jackson Square.
Located in one of San Francisco’s most coveted and historical neighborhoods, 288 Pacific is a collaboration between Grosvenor and Handel Architects and constructed by Swinerton Construction. 288 Pacific was completed in 2018 and Residence 5B is the first 2-bedroom / 2.5 bathroom + den plan to become available since the original release.
-Custom oak cabinetry and millwork
-State-of-the-art suite of appliances:
Integrated & paneled Sub-Zero 36-Inch Refrigerator and Freeze
48-Ince Wolf six-burner gas range with stainless steel hood
Wolf microwave oven
Integrated Asko Dishwasher
Waterworks Henry un-lacquered brass faucet and hand spray
The Master Bathroom
-Honed Italian Grigio Fleury marble
-Victoria & Albert Toulouse soaking Tub
-Custom designed high-gloss lacquer vanity is fitted with an Italian chocolate truffle honed marble top and Waterworks Ludlow un-lacquered brass fittings
-Glass-enclosed shower features mosaic-tiled floors: Waterworks Ludlow shower fixtures, include a two-way thermostat and volume control and a hand shower
-Floor, wet wall, and shower enclosure are clad in Carrara marble with a mosaic-tiled shower floor
-Custom designed matte lacquer vanity
-Waterworks Highgate un-lacquered brass fixtures throughout
-Nero St. Laurent polished marble vanity top and backsplash
-Overlord Flower marble floor with Carrara mosaic accents
-Two rooftop amenity terraces, exclusive to residents, frame views of the downtown skyline, Jackson Square and San Francisco Bay
-Outdoor kitchen and furniture for enjoying the roof terrace and views
-Walk to San Francisco's finest dining and shopping
Jackson Square is one of those secret neighborhoods you only learn about after you've been in San Francisco for a while. One of the City's oldest districts, amid tree-lined streets and buildings of brick and wrought iron, it was for many years best known for its unusual collection of antique stores and design studios. Over time, restaurants and retail boutiques have opened in the ground floors of the neighborhood's classic brick building and it has become San Francisco’s most style-forward dining and shopping district. Emblematic of the past and present, Jackson Square is one of the most architecturally rich and picturesque historic neighborhoods in San Francisco.
288 Pacific lies in a neighborhood where you can get real things done. The lush and green Sydney Walton Park is nearby, and a large grocery store as well as several smaller markets is only blocks away, along with a dry cleaners, pharmacy and number of health clubs. The Embarcadero Center is also close by, with still more shops and restaurants along with a world-class cinema and comedy club. 288 Pacific is also steps away from The Battery, The Gateway - Bay Club, offering tennis and swimming pools, The vibrant North Beach District, China Town, the charms of Telegraph Hill and the epicurean delights of San Francisco's Ferry Building, which features purveyors of fine cheeses, wines, breads and gourmet food. World class restaurants, Quince, Cotogna, Kokkari, Verjus, Wayfare Tavern, Bix are just a few of the many dining options walkable from 288 Pacific. Just two blocks east gives you access to every mass transit option in the city, including rail, busses, ferries, cable cars and easy freeway access to the Bay Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge. With a Walk Score of: 100, walking to work or entertainment and dining is not just plausible, but pleasurable.