Each residence in the Lumina is equally opulent and modern in design, providing ample space and a quality experience.

Lumina

201 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94105

Sister project to the MIRA, the Lumina is a luxury condominium in South Beach that prioritizes an extensive and extravagant experience for its residents. The Lumina boasts a wide variety of amenities and services provided to its residents that help to elevate their lifestyles. Some of these amenities include a club lounge, private dining room, game room, and screening room, which all come together to establish the perfect entertainment spaces for residents and their guests. Other amenities that are provided to residents include a pool, spa, 7,000 square-foot fitness center, music practice room, children’s room, and library lounge. If residents of the Lumina wish to get some fresh air, they can do so through the 10,500 square-foot rooftop terrace, which is equipped with outdoor dining areas, fire pits, barbecues, vegetable gardens, and a movie lawn. No matter what the needs of residents of Lumina, it aims to overperform in its services.

Available Units

Unit typePrice rangeSq ft
Beds 3 | Baths 3$3,575,000 – $3,685,0001,784 ft
Beds 2 | Baths 2$1,275,000 – $2,029,0001,189 ft – 1,401 ft
Beds 1 | Baths 1$999,000 – $1,150,000876 ft
Penthouse$5,950,0002,476 ft

Amenities

Dog Wash
Secure Parking
Resident Lounge
Gourmet Kitchen and Dining Room
Business Center
Rooftop Terrace with Panoramic Views
Fitness Center
Pool and Sauna

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2015
  • Developers: Tishman Speyer and Arquitectonica Heller Manus Architects
  • 656 Units / 42 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $1,193 – $2,448 / month

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Neighborhood

Home to Oracle Park and the well-known Willie Mays statue, South Beach is an exciting and prominent place to live. With the Embarcadero running through it along the waterfront and a variety of restaurants, cafes, and bars to attend, it is hard to run out of things to do. Options for eating or going out include: American, Soul, Mexican, Fusion, and various Asian cuisines. South Beach is filled with opulent high rises and condominium complexes; namely, 88 Townsend, the Towers at Embarcadero, South Beach Marina Apartments, and others. The majority of residents in South Beach rent their home and it’s popular among adults in their early-to-mid thirties.

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