The penthouse in 181 Fremont has beautiful views of the bay and the city. Its floor plan includes a master bedroom and bathroom, walk in closet, living room, den, kitchen, dining room, and more. Photo courtesy of the 181 Fremont website.
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181 Fremont

181 Fremont

181 Fremont Street

181 Fremont, at 181 Fremont Street in the South Beach, is a model for luxury and exquisite atmosphere. It is expertly designed and expertly composed with attention to detail. The refined all-corner residences are limited to just four per floor and range from 2-4 bedroom apartments. With elegant contemporary pieces, such as Brazilian quartzite countertops, full-height Arabescato marble walls, Italian cabinetry, and small, intentional details like French door handles, the homes in 181 Fremont Street are sumptuous.     

Some of the amenities available to residents of the high-class 181 Fremont include a full-floor residents’ club, a 360-degree wrap-around observation terrace, two lounges, a piano bar, a full fitness center and a masterful catering kitchen. The service provided by the staff of 181 Fremont is incomparable as well – residents enjoy a full-service concierge and 24-hour valet parking. If someone wants to explore for the day, they can check out the skybridge to the grand Salesforce Park. Interestingly enough, the first thirty floors of the 181 Fremont are rented out by Facebook as office space.

Available Units

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2018
  • Developers: Heller Manus Architects and Jay Paul Company
  • 55 Units / 17 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $2,482 – $3,725 / month

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Press

181 Fremont: A Grand Penthouse Above the Rest
Art Gallery in the Sky
The Female Founders of Sprüth Magers Gallery Present an Exhibition of Leading Women Artists at Gallery 181 in San Francisco

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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.

South Beach has a Walk Score of 90, a Transit Score of 96, and a Bike Score of 83. It has a Livability Score of 72 out of 100, which could be considered excellent. The crime rates in the area are 5% higher than the San Francisco average. When it comes to living and home costs, the cost of living in the area is 19% lower and real estate prices are 39% lower than the San Francisco average.

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.