Expansive Bridge and Water View Unit at The Infinity
The Infinity #31B – Luxury living at its best with Bridge & Water views
Only steps from the Embarcadero, the Financial District, San Francisco’s famous Farmer’s Market, and some of the city’s finest restaurants, this tasteful modern full-service condominium is a wonderful place to call home.
- Dramatic curved floor-to-ceiling windows w/ dramatic Bridge & Water views
- Gourmet kitchen, granite counters and top-of-the-line Bosch appliances including gas oven/range, refrigerator and dishwasher
- Watermark satin stainless steel faucets
- Beautiful hardwood floors throughout
- Master bathroom features marble-topped double vanity with walnut cabinetry, separate shower and tub
- 2 private balconies
- Washer/dryer in unit
- 2-car parking included
- Access to building amenities including fitness center, pool, theater, party room, business center included in the rent
The Infinity is one of the most exciting and prominent high-rises to come to San Francisco. Co-designed by Heller Manus Architects and Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, this is certainly a forward-thinking building.
- 24-hour attended lobby
- Personal concierge services
- 5,000 sq. ft. fitness center with state-of-the-art cardio & weight training equipment
- 75-foot indoor pool with intricate mosaic wall and skylight
- Club lounge with catering kitchen for special events
- Business center
- Private 16-seat theater with 96” screen, state-of-the-art video projector and surround sound speakers
- Landscaped Infinity courtyard garden with waterwall, Japanese Maple and Honey Locust trees
- New restaurant run by Nancy Oakes of Boulevard fame
- Ideally located near the Financial District, downtown, the Embarcadero, the Metreon, SF MoMa, South Park, Yerba Buena Gardens
- Convenient to public transit and freeways, great for commuters
- Walking distance to restaurants and nightlife
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Rincon Hill is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California. It is one of San Francisco's 47 hills, and one of its original "Seven Hills." The relatively compact neighborhood is bounded by Folsom Street to the north, the Embarcadero to the east, Bryant Street on the south, and Essex Street to the west. Rincon Hill is located just south of the Transbay development area, part of the greater South of Market area. The hill is about 100 feet (30 m) tall.
Following the California Gold Rush, Rincon Hill was built up as a fashionable and prestigious residential neighborhood. After it was destroyed by the 1906 earthquake and fire, the neighborhood was slow to rebuild and largely became an industrial area with small factories and warehouses. In 1985, and revised in 2005, the area was rezoned into a high-density residential neighborhood designed to house up to 10,000 new residents in close proximity to the city's Financial District.