280 Spear St, San Francisco, CA 94105
Standing as an ode to the classic yet contemporary styles of San Francisco, the MIRA Tower twists up 40 stories in brilliant architectural fashion. Residing in South Beach, MIRA is close to neighborhoods such as The East Cut, the Financial District, and SoMa. It rises up 422-feet and holds 391 units. A few of the amenities offered by this luxurious dwelling are a high-end fitness center, a luxurious private dining room and lounge for entertainment and gatherings, a gorgeous roof deck with immaculate views, and an enjoyable playroom for children. At the very bottom of MIRA Tower one can find chic street-level retail that is trendy and thriving.
The residences are bright, opulent, and dazzling. The living rooms have a 180-degree view of the water or city skyline that changes from floor to floor. Due to the MIRA Tower’s impeccable location, the natural lighting from bay windows is bright, vibrant, and refreshing. In the kitchen, the countertops are adorned with an exquisite Frosty Carrina Caesarstone, adorning the space with a delicate ivory white layer embellished with soft-gray veins. With plenty of custom designed cabinetry, as well as pantries and island storage, there is sure to be enough space to store numerous tools, ingredients, and dishware for a new or seasoned chef. Taking a look at the bathrooms, they are contemporary, modern, and refined. They are adorned with marble countertops, a floating vanity, Italian tile, and Kohler polished chrome fixtures. Through this design, the bathrooms are a perfect spot for relaxation.
|Unit type||Price range||Sq ft|
|Beds 0 | Baths 1||$1,049,999||676 ft|
|Beds 1 | Baths 1||$1,345,000||797 ft|
|Beds 2 | Baths 2||$1,995,000 – $2,295,000||1,512 ft – 1,547 ft|
|Beds 3 | Baths 3||$4,645,000||2,001 ft|
|Beds 3 | Baths 2||$1,695,000||1,372 ft|
Details & Fees
- Built in 2017
- Developers: Studio Gang and Tishman Speyer
- 391 Units / 39 Floors
- Average HOA Fees: $1,030 – $1,515 / month
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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.