The Clock Tower Building, located at n° 461, 2nd Avenue in San Francisco, was built in 1907 as a commercial space for factories. The tower remained as a commercial focus point up until 1992, it was later converted into a high-end residential building, with luxury apartments. The elegant building was completely restored, both internally and externally. The restoration process was carefully carried out, maintaining the original features, with an addition of Avant-guard and luxurious finishes. The premium properties are complete with spacious terraces and charming verandas, which open up onto the city and the sea.
The internal space of the property was divided into apartments, both in the central main body of the building and the clock tower itself. An exceptional loft occupies the space of the clock tower, giving life to a truly fascinating and unique space. There are light wooden floors throughout the property, combined with white walls, ceilings and furniture, which reflect the natural light achieved by the many windows at every angle of the property. The dazzling use of white is broken up by the black contour of the clock tower windows, which create a designer feature in itself.
Each apartment is anything but uniform, each possessing unique elements . In fact, the structure of the lofts are distinguished by nooks, staircases, large arches, and windows with varying forms and sizes. The open space is lined with a spacious and bright kitchen, and a luxury bathroom with a spectacular view of the city.
The interior design of the lofts in the Clock Tower Building is chic with a minimalist style. The sleeping area reflects this philosophy, with a use of soft natural tones on the walls and floors, that create a Zen like area perfect for utter relaxation. The ample and airy kitchen facilitates a spacious island, finished in granite, with state-of-the-art appliances. Each of these exclusive lofts are let at a monthly cost of $5,200.