Listed in October 2021, this Pacific Heights penthouse would not only be the highest San Francisco home sale ever with an asking price of $45 million, it would also have the highest price per square foot in San Francisco with $8,000 per square foot (almost doubling the previous record of Alta Plaza Park’s 2500 Steiner #6, $4,428 per square foot; the Steiner building is also built by the same designer, famed San Francisco architect Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer).
In 2015, it was previously sold for $32 million and broke the highest price per square foot record at the time. Since then, Architect Andrew Skurman and Interior Designer Suzanne Tucker completely removed everything inside with complete renovations.
While the penthouse does not sit on the top floor of the 1924-constructed building, it has a view in every direction and overlooks both the Golden Gate Bridge and Spreckels Mansion. Originally, the tenth and eleventh floors were a duplex but split the eleventh floor into a smaller condo. The tenth retains the name as the original, famed Penthouse and contains three bedrooms and five baths. The building’s entrance features a wraparound terrace and extravagant French doors.
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It has been listed on the market for over 90 days at the time of this article’s publishing.