181 Fremont by Jay Paul Company
Status: Launching Spring 2015
Developer: Jay Paul Company
Product Type: New Construction
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At 54 stories tall, 181 Fremont will offer ultra-luxury residences over Class A+ commercial space. In addition to being located near San Francisco’s brand new Transbay Terminal, major employers, restaurants and public transportation, the development is seeking LEED Gold certification and will feature panoramic views starting on the 10th floor. Its iconic architectural design will forever change the San Francisco skyline while meeting the neighborhood’s desire for high-end residences.
Light, Air, Design
At 181 Fremont St. in San Francisco, distinctive architecture creates a dazzling first impression. Floor-to-ceiling curtain walls of shimmering glass wrap around the building to define the exterior and maximize natural light for a healthy, productive work environment. While windows angle slightly to create an interesting horizontal and vertical pattern. A 9’6” finished ceiling height with 13 feet floor to floor, creates a sense of voluminous space inside.
The building features world-class modernism in design, sustainability, and neighborhood integration. This distinctive 54-story mixed-use tower offers a unique combination of 404,000 square feet of class-A office space on 33 floors, with 68 exclusive condominium residences on the top 15 floors. 181 Fremont will include a 78-stall bike barn with private stalls as well as an underground valet parking garage
No matter where you look, the views are wonderful. On the lower floors, enjoy a view of the unique elevated park. Above that, relish in spectacular architectural views of beautiful buildings in the Transbay Redevelopment District. The top floors feature breathtaking views of the Bay Bridge, San Francisco Bay, and Treasure Island.
Flexible, Efficient, New
Open floor plates offer optimum workspace flexibility. Innovative design features include a unique curtain wall system, a green roof and recycled materials. Sustainable design features enhance efficiency and economy while providing a safer, healthier work environment. The building is targeted for a LEED platinum Certification.
• Glass walls that minimize the need for artificial lighting—improving the quality of light while reducing power consumption—and expanding access to viewscapes across the open floorplan
• Various floor plates sizes range from 14,000-10,000 square feet and can accommodate high density and office intensive users