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181 Fremont’s Penthouse Hits The Market For $42M

A rendering of the living room at 181 Fremont's penthouse

181 Fremont’s full-floor penthouse is officially accepting offers. At a listing price of $42M, the penthouse sits 700 feet above San Francisco with 360-degree views of the city, including the Bay Bridge, the Golden Gate Bridge, Treasure Island, and Sausalito and beyond.

The 6,941 SF penthouse was designed by Orlando Diaz Azcuy and will be ready for occupancy in 2018. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom penthouse has 10-foot floor-to-ceiling windows. A living room includes a stacked-stone transparent fireplace connecting to the den and a wet bar with a wine tower.


The formal dining room has access to the wet bar and a secondary service kitchen for entertaining. The penthouse has a great room, a family room, a breakfast nook and a kitchen with a Sub-Zero full tower refrigerator and freezer, two dishwashers, double ovens and a kitchen island.


The master bedroom has two oversized master baths, a walk-in closet and a separate study. Each bedroom has a private bath with stone and individualized layouts. A fourth bedroom and bath are separated for guests and can be locked off to provide privacy to other parts of the home.

Among the unique design aspects of this home are gold sconces in the entryway and a polished brass handle custom crafted by Série Rare on a front door encased with Paldao wood sustainability sourced from New Guinea. The home has polished Italian marble and glass cabinets.


The penthouse is equipped with an A/V closet and integrated touch-screen control panel to manage lighting and roller sun shades. A private elevator goes directly from the penthouse to the parking garage and the residential lobby that leads directly to a 5.4-acre park above the Transbay Terminal. Residents also have access to an amenities floor with a wrap-around observation terrace, a fitness center with a yoga room, four lounge spaces, a library, a conference room, a bar and a catering kitchen.

181 Fremont developer Jay Paul Co. partnered with The Mark Co. to sell residencies at the tower, which is the tallest mixed-use tower on the West Coast.