Jeffrey Marples: San Francisco Real Estate Agent at Marker Luxury Properties
Lumina About to Luminate the SF Skyline
published on 2015-03-01
San Francisco has always attracted countless number of people to the city but the lack of inventory has spurred builders to create one of the most ambitious projects ever – Lumina. Designed by renowned Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, the Lumina highrises will capture the modern spirit and vitality with all the curves and angles that were meant to stand out. Main Street Plaza A is completely sold out, but future residents will still have a chance for luxury because Beale Street Plaza C and the South West tower is still being sold. Lumina will be a 656-unit condominium above the San Francisco Bay right by Embarcadero. The first release one-bedroom in Plaza C started at $900K, while a one-bedroom with den started at $1.1 million, and a two-bedroom started at $1.4 million.
Residents won't be lacking in fine amenities - the current list includes a Jay Wright fitness center, spa facilities, sky lit lap pool, club lounge with marble fireplace, rooftop terrace, private theatre screening room, and a children’s play room. Parking won't be an issue with 24/7 valet parking services.
Some of the inspired features Lumina offers is state of the art Gaggenau ovens and cooktops, Bosch dishwashers, Caesarstone quartz countertops, Italian porcelain tiles and Volakas marble countertops in the bathroom.
Condominiums have floor-to-ceiling glass windows and some of the most breathtaking views of the San Francisco Bay and the city. Lumina joins a large collection of condos in South Beach, close to the Embarcadero waterfront and within walking distance to the Financial District of San Francisco. There will never be a shortage of dining experiences since Embarcadero and the Financial District are crawling with world cuisine. The Caltrain Station, BART, and other modes of transportation are all close by to Lumina. Being so close to downtown and Union Square you can easily enjoy shopping from groceries to upscale retailers. Downtown is also home to SFMOMA, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Asian Art Museum, Contemporary Jewish Museum, and various other smaller art galleries.
Lumina not only stands out for its unique architecture, majestic views and ultramodern features, but has thought of every convenience for their residents. The Market, known for its locally crafted and farm fresh selections, offers Lumina residents coffee services, wine receptions, barbecues and dinners for the first two years. The Market will be opening a new store on the ground floor of Main and Folsom. There will also be an app which will allow residents to order and pick up food at the concierge.
Lumina with all its features and luxurious amenities definitely lights up the night sky in San Francisco. Contact us for more information on this development and how it stacks up against the other buildings in the area.
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San Francisco sits on California’s central coast and is the state’s fourth most populous city. Mid and High Rise condo buildings are common here, because of the restricted land space.
One of San Francisco's newer high rise additions, Lumina is adjacent to The Infinity (a "sister" project), and offers 2 gleaming high rises and 2 mid rise buildings for a total of 656 residences. You'll find studios, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units.
Luxurious amenities at Lumina include on-site concierge services, state-of-the-art fitness center, lap pool, spa facilities, saunas, club lounge, business center, theater room, shared outdoor courtyard, fully landscaped rooftop terrace with ...
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