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The Jaw-Dropping Numbers behind the Ultra-Luxe 181 Fremont Residences

Wendy Bowman | November 1, 2019 | Lifestyle

We take a by-the-numbers look at 181 Fremont Residences, Jay Paul Co.’s luxe mixed-use office and residential tower gracing the skyline in San Francisco’s East Cut neighborhood.


The number of award-winning designers who helped fashion the building’s stylish interiors: Orlando Diaz-Azcuy, Kendall Wilkinson, Aubrey Maxwell, Charles de Lisle and MASS Beverly

The number of contemporary works by artists from Joel Shapiro to Eva Rothschild in the building’s art collection

500 ft
The elevation of the private Sky Lounge with wraparound observation terrace, piano bar and fitness center for residents

The number of total residences in 181 Fremont, with three floors dedicated solely to penthouse living

The number of square feet in the four-bedroom penthouse, which includes a study, grand dining room with wine display and tasting bar, gym, and more

$46 million
The jaw-dropping asking price of the building’s fully furnished Grand Penthouse, with sweeping views of the ocean and Bay

1.3 million
Gallons of water saved per year by 181 Fremont’s LEED Platinum-designated water-recycling program

Global awards for structural and geotechnical engineering from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

The number of acres that makes up the elevated Salesforce Transit Center attached to 181 Fremont by a seventh-floor skybridge

The number of caisson foundations driven 265 feet into bedrock to anchor the building to the Earth

$850 million
The cost to build the Heller Manus-and Orlando Diaz-Azcuy-designed high-rise situated adjacent the Salesforce and Millennium towers

$5 million
The average cost of the available homes in the building

Photography by: Bernard André