San Francisco’s Crown Jewel: The Pacific
Located in San Francisco’s most coveted neighborhood, The Pacific is a boutique community of 76 residences. The fabulous homes (which came on the market in summer 2016) have been quick to move, setting a new standard for luxury residences in a city teeming with new development.
With a complete range of amenities, including private vehicle valet, full service concierge, lobby attendant, a private Observatory Lounge overlooking the Bay and Golden Gate Bridge, a private guest residence called “The Fillmore” and a world class fitness center, The Pacific represents the pinnacle of cosmopolitan living in one of San Francisco’s most sought after enclaves.
The building’s stunning architecture was envisioned and executed by internationally acclaimed designer Glenn Rescalvo at Handel Architects and interior design of all common spaces and residences by Handel Interior Design. For The Pacific’s common areas, developer Trumark Urban turned to celebrated interior designer and art consultant Maria Di Grande of San Francisco-based MDG Art Advisory LLC, whose client list includes Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, and Giorgio Armani. To create dramatic, yet inviting spaces, Di Grande commissioned works by local Bay Area artists. Creators such as Elise Morris, Robert Kingston, Ned Evans, Thea Schrak and Sylvia Poloto worked to emulate the colors of Northern California’s sky, sea and mountains.
Residents have their choice from an array of one-, two- and three-bedrooms flats, as well as three-level townhomes. Each residence features distinctive entertaining spaces, chef’s kitchens, up to 11-ft ceiling heights and floor-to-ceiling windows with picturesque views of San Francisco that span from the Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Presidio, the Marin Headlands, Tiburon and Sausalito, to the Island of Belvedere.
In addition, the Pacific Penthouse Collection is a unique offering of seven penthouses and four grand penthouses, the likes of which have not been seen before in the city. For a tour like never before, Trumark Urban has enlisted digital creative firm Steel Blue to visually simulate the Penthouse Collection at The Pacific, which is the largest and most advanced application of virtual reality in residential real estate to date. Via Samsung Gear VR headsets, owners can explore the building’s fully- designed penthouses, which are being sold as completely customizable shells at list prices reaching over $18 million for the 3,000 to 4,000 square-foot homes.
From the sunrise gleaming off the exquisite kitchen surfaces to visualizing the sun set on the fireplace of the elegant west-facing living room, prospective penthouse residents can envision their new home and be as involved in every aspect of the design as they wish.