Penthouse at The Avery Asks $15 Million

Have you got this much money?

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$15 million dollars cash. Photo courtesy of Information Nigeria

If so, then you are part of a small percentage of people able to afford a penthouse at the ultra luxurious, The Avery, at 488 Folsom St in San Francisco.

The Avery’s glassy facade. Photo by Bruce Damonte, courtesy of Related California

The city’s newest luxury tower comes equipped with what seems requisite these days — a collection of multimillion-dollar penthouses with interiors by top influential designers. The mind behind the look of this on-offer penthouse is Jay Jeffers, interior designer who helped complete this 4,312-square-foot penthouse with a current price tag of $15,950,00.


Jeffers is founder of JayJeffers Inc. and author of Collected Cool and Be Bold.  The designer is the recipient of numerous honors including being named to Elle Décor’s A-list. His work has been featured by notable shelter magazines, national newspapers, and show houses.

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This aristocratic, high-toned style pad comes with a one-hour session with celebrity stylist, Mary Gonsalves Kinney, founder of MGK Style, who will pore over your closet and style choices, or lack thereof.

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Note that this penthouse isn’t the penthouse at the Avery. The penthouse is a 8,482-square-foot, four-bedroom, six-and-two-half-bathroom affair seeking an even more whopping $41 million. It comes with a private rooftop terrace:

Private rooftop terrace. Photo courtesy of Curbed SF.

“The unique opportunity for indoor-outdoor luxury living at such heights in a world-class city like San Francisco is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” said Gino Canori, Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer at Related California, of the penthouse in a statement with Business Times.


New high-rises in San Francisco typically claim to have multiple penthouses – a move meant to entice deep-pocket buyers from all over the world.

The Avery is 56 stories tall and was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Rem Koolhaas’ OMA. The Avery is the firm’s first high-rise in San Francisco. It features both condos for purchase and rental apartments. It also comes with an affordable-housing ancillary building designed by San Francisco-based architect Anne Fougeron.

Living room with views of the Bay Bridge and Oakland. Photo by Bruce Damonte, courtesy of Related California

Kitchen with island. Photo by Bruce Damonte, courtesy of Related California
Master bedroom. Photo by Bruce Damonte, courtesy of Related California
Master bedroom with view of Sutro Tower. Photo by Bruce Damonte, courtesy of Related California
Sources: Curbed SF, San Francisco Business Times


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