The Pacific’s
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The Pacific in San Francisco makes its first sale at $3,750/sq ft.

Created by Jay Jeffers, the dynamic design talent who has repeatedly been named one of the country’s top designers by ELLE Décor Magazine, the newly sold home accentuates the building’s strong architecture with contemporary yet comfortable design that raises the bar on high-end condominium living. For this home at The Pacific, Jay took into consideration the great taste of its soon-to-be savvy buyer who chose to make The Pacific their home. The scene is set with gorgeous materials and finishes, high ceilings and some of the tallest windows in the City affording views of Alta Plaza Park, the Golden Gate Bridge and vibrant Fillmore Street

The design detail put into every aspect of this custom residence is immediately apparent at its striking entry, which is enclosed in exquisite French oak paneling. The entry alone features six fine art pieces from Dolby Chadwick Gallery, including an oil on canvas by Tom Lieber. An AKMD console table with wood top in blackened ash finish atop a sculptural cast aluminum, a vintage deco style six-candelabra chandelier, vintage red glass lamps, and a gold finish framed mirror with hand antiqued mirror glass complete the look. Before long, the sultriness gives way to a bright and spacious home with floor to ceiling windows providing remarkable views of the best of Pacific Heights. Set between the windows are a dining table and chairs by Tom Faulkner, which sit below a Neptune Glassworks’ multi-arm linear chandelier.

“The Pacific is redefining ultra-luxury living in Pacific Heights, one of San Francisco’s most expensive neighborhoods. The grand architecture, the lavish parties, the commanding views — all of these elements served as inspiration for these apartments,” said Jeffers. “We sought to create luxuriously livable spaces with contemporary, sexy touches — quintessential entertaining homes with soul and personality — that today’s buyers would at once embrace and be excited about.”

Read it at The Registry

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