SAN FRANCISCO—An enormous duplex penthouse atop the Lumina high-rise project, which is due for completion in two years, is being offered for a record-shattering $49 million.
The 15,000-square-foot penthouse occupies the 41st and 42nd of the high-rise building and boasts five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and two kitchens. Additionally, curvilinear glass windows span from the floors to the 20-foot-tall ceilings, offering future tenants beautiful sweeping views of San Francisco.
The Lumina project will have 656 condominiums, each worth nearly $2 million, located in the South of Market neighborhood, on the south side of Folsom Street between Main and Beale Streets, two blocks from the Embarcadero waterfront.
According to the Lumina project’s website, the buildings’ “striking curves and angles capture the elegance, modernity and vibrancy of San Francisco.”
World-renowned architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, in collaboration with Heller Manus Architects, designed the high-rise project, and when completed, it will consist of two towers of 42 and 37 stories.