“The Avery’s interiors were shaped by the Bay Area’s magnificent natural attractions from the redwoods to the ocean,” said Clodagh in the press release. “From endless views to glowing textured woods and natural stones—each finish was carefully selected to connect people to nature.”
Available residences start at the high $1 millions for one-bedrooms, high $2 millions for two-bedrooms, and high $3 millions for three-bedrooms. Moving in will begin as early as mid-2019.
The Avery's design keeps residents in mind and features a tapered facade to expand the view in every direction for residents. The one-, two- and three-bedroom residences and The Avery Penthouse Collection will have floor-to-ceiling glass windows in every room. Related is showcasing the interiors at its showroom at 235 First St., about a block away from the tower. Prospective residents can get a sense of what the views will look like by touching a specific floor on a model of the tower.
With 56 stories rising to 618 feet and stunning views of the bay, The Avery is the latest high-rise to transform the San Francisco skyline.
The 618-foot tall Avery residential tower designed by Rem Koolhaas' OMA will bring more luxury condos at a time when new condo inventory is plunging in San Francisco.
Related California is a few months from starting sales at The Avery, a 118-unit condo building at 420-488 Folsom St. in San Francisco’s burgeoning Transbay district. The building will be another offering of for-sale housing in the SoMa part of the city, where condo development has concentrated during the past decade. Related hired Rem Koolhaas’ Office of Metropolitan Architecture to design a 55-story mixed- income residential tower that will consist of 548 homes and 17,000 square feet of retail.