Luxury Outlook 2022
An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
#411 at Embarcadero Lofts
An impeccable expression of loft living in a historic conversion loft building, #411 at Embarcadero Lofts is defined by a 2020-completed renovation by April Sheldon and Black Mountain Construction / Development – design/build team to the Bay Area’s most discerning residents. Advanced infrastructure includes audio/visual, security, climate, soundproofing, motorized shades, and custom closet installations. Blending natural light and open flow with a balanced palette of contemporary materials, the loft’s custom interiors are finished in polished and re-stain concrete, walnut, and large-format porcelain. Shared condominium amenities include a beautiful lobby, two large passenger elevators, and a penthouse-level, south-facing terrace.
A National Historic Landmark, 300 Beale was originally built in 1937 as the offices, laboratory & manufacturing warehouse of the Coffin-Redington Drug Company and converted into luxury residential lofts in 1997. Designed by Frederick H. Meyer, one of the three architects chosen to redesign the Civic Center post-1906, 300 Beale predates all surrounding hi-rises as the crown jewel of the neighborhood.
Located just off the Embarcadero waterfront and alongside the Financial District, Embarcadero Lofts sets itself apart from its neighbors. 300 Beale is sited at the heart of San Francisco’s technology and financial centers, with convenient access to freeways, public transportation, and daily conveniences such as Woodlands Market, Philz Coffee, SoulCycle, Equinox Gym, and Michelin star dining.
It’s easy to leave your heart in San Francisco. With the city’s iconic cable cars clanging along its rolling hills, San Francisco is a sophisticated sensory assault of sights and sounds. Opera buffs can delight in world-class performances at the San Francisco Opera while art lovers have the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the de Young, for starters.