Imagined as an ode to 1930s Art Deco Manhattan, this custom-renovated St. Regis Residence was inspired by James Miller and Timothy Pflueger’s Art Deco Pacific Telephone Building – the first San Francisco high-rise built after the fire of 1906. A historical San Francisco icon, the landmark building remains the focal point of the two bedroom, two and one-half bath showcase condominium #31E. The home is strikingly sophisticated, replete with Art Deco-style triple layered molding throughout and triple pulls on the hardware. The signature design makes for a rare opportunity in modern living.
Each of the 2,522 square feet of the condominium is highly designed. A stunning foyer includes a ceiling of hand-painted Silverleaf, and walls and built-in bookshelves in the elegant living and dining area consist of Shedua wood, sourced from Mozambique. At the center of the living room, an extraordinary metal on stained-glass cabinet with Art Deco detail creates a centerpiece over the bookshelves. Attractive walnut hardwood floors complement the wooden finishes throughout the home. A panoramic view of the downtown skyline, the Bay Bridge, and the East Bay envelopes the space while motorized window treatments enable privacy in an instant. At every turn, the home purveys extraordinary luxury and sensory experiences. The custom kitchen is updated with Streamline Modern cabinetry, fashioned in the style of 1930s airliners and yachts. A powder room adorned with an architectural sink and beautiful, hand-painted wallpaper is adjacent to the foyer.
The five-room primary bedroom suite, which includes a lounge, features sliding doors and artistic panels that resemble Mondrian paintings. The lounge holds generous built-in bookshelves. A sliding wall panel opens to reveal the spa-like bath, featuring a soaking tub, glorious shower of carved marble, and a dual marble vanity. A commanding hallway leads to a dedicated dressing room leading to a deep, walk in closet. A guest bedroom with an en suite bathroom includes a spacious marble shower with a niche hand spray and a waterworks sink.
St. Regis Residences
Atop the St. Regis Hotel, 100 Residences enjoy timeless comfort and ultimate privacy. The concierge, butler & door staff welcome residents and guests in a contemporary and private residential lobby. Two private high-speed elevators lead to the Residences. Bespoke amenities available only at St. Regis include landscaped owner’s terrace, fitness center, restaurant & valet parking.
The Arts District Minutes from Union Square, the Financial District, and the Embarcadero, the St. Regis Residences are located in San Francisco’s Arts District, adjacent to the newly expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Daniel Libeskind-designed Contemporary Jewish Museum, and the Museum of the African Diaspora.
Two bedrooms, two and one-half baths 2,522 square feet (approx., per tax record) Strikingly sophisticated Art Deco-inspired interiors Panoramic views of the downtown skyline, the Bay Bridge, and the East Bay Open living and dining areas surrounded by panels of glass Motorized shades Eat-in kitchen featuring Streamline Modern cabinetry and inspired by 1930s airliners Primary suite with lounge, bedroom, en suite marble bath, dressing room, and custom walk-in closet Foyer: Handpainted Silverleaf ceiling Living Room: Shedua wood bookcases, sourced from Mozambique Floors: Walnut Kitchen: Streamline Modern cabinetry