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Created over the course of four years, designed and constructed with an unparalleled attention to detail, Residence 32CD at the Four Seasons Private Residences in San Francisco was designed for the most discriminating of owners.
Presenting an unparalleled opportunity to acquire an asset totally re-invented and finished beyond the highest imaginable standard, Residence 32CD comprises a living/dining area, a superbly equipped Miele kitchen, a sensuous master suite, an office, an en-suite guest bedroom, a home theater, an additional bath and powder bath, plus a laundry room.

As in the Gulfstream G650 or a Perini Navi yacht, every aspect of this luxurious residence was deliberately designed or chosen to be uniquely the best.

A serenely composed collection of spaces incorporating astounding construction and technological values, Residence 32CD was originally two apartments, joined under a plan conceived by San Francisco architect Fu-Tung Cheng and brought to final fruition by the globally recognized interior design and architecture firm ODADA. Essentially a new structure within the original hi-rise volumes, the complete reconstruction and soundproofing of the over 3,800 square foot residence was completed by Black Mountain Construction & Development under the guidance of the acoustical management experts at Charles Salter + Associates.

One of the most extraordinary aspects of Residence 32CD is the completely soundproofed home theater by AudioVisions– uniquely, a cinema in the sky– incorporating Dolby Atmos, Kaleidescape Entertainment, and Strato systems for an unparalleled entertainment experience, acoustically isolated from the rest of the condominium.

As expected, the technology includes a sophisticated Savant system, the gold standard in home automation, in a project that required hundreds of highly skilled man hours plus a meticulous level of oversight daily– from the client himself, the engineers, the designers and the contractor.

Throughout Residence 32CD the ceilings are hand-troweled plaster, custom blended Intonaco, the entry and master bedroom walls, a custom-modified Tadelakt – an ancient Moroccan technique – and Grassello walls and ceiling in the office, all, along with fabric and wood paneling throughout, eliminate the use of paint anywhere in the home.

The extensive cabinet work is impeccably flush, meeting the floors and ceilings with mere millimeters of clearance. Entire walls of European Sycamore wood panels throughout conceal a variety of functions– from temperature-controlled Miele wine storage to fitted closets– all created from book-matched veneer from the same tree. The extravagant use of granite in the baths and kitchen is unparalleled in both rarity and detailing, with walls paneled in book-matched slabs from floor to ceiling and countertops fabricated to appear monolithic.

An apartment unmatched in quality and scale, Four Seasons Residence 32CD affords a level of luxurious attention to detail which can only be appreciated by the most astute aficionado of rarity and sophistication.

The Four Seasons Hotel & Residences

The Four Seasons’ Five-Star Amenities include access to Concierge, Security & Doorman, 24/7 In-Room Dining, Housekeeping, MKT Restaurant and Bar, Parking, Hotel Lounge and an onsite Equinox Sports Club facility, which includes a full-sized basketball court and 25-yard saline lap pool.


The Four Seasons’ ideal city location is adjacent to the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, in San Francisco’s Museum District — steps away from the newly expanded SFMOMA (now housing one of the world’s top three contemporary art collections), the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the Museum of the African Diaspora, the California Historical Society and the planned Mexican Museum. Union Square, Metreon and Westfield Shopping Center, each within two blocks.

Property ID: N52ZDH

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