147 South Park was designed by CCS Architecture and Geddes Ulinskas Architects in collaboration with MT Development. The modern boutique building features two luxury condominium residences and a street front café on the ground floor, located on San Francisco’s historic South Park, in the heart of the cities evolving technology and cultural landscapes.
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147 South Park
Residential Architecture Built
Cass Calder Smith Architecture + Interiors
Cass Smith, Joseph Benveniste, Björn Steudte, Tim Quayle, Barbara Turpin-Vickroy
San Francisco, CA
Fine features and sophisticated architectural elements include: high-end appliances and finishes, world-class design throughout, Savant home automation systems, interior elevator access to every floor, and spectacular outdoor spaces with park and skyline views.
The lower residence is a spacious, full-floor condominium comprised of 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and is approximately 2,150 square feet of interior space. The residence also enjoys a large side courtyard and 400 square foot sun-drenched rear deck.
The penthouse is a 2-level residence comprised of 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and is 3,150 square feet of interior living space. The residence enjoys two large outdoor areas, including a private view terrace off the master bedroom and exclusive use of the rooftop terrace with big skyline views and a saline hot tub.
Location: 147 South Park. San Francisco, CA
Type: New residential building including ground floor restaurant and two new condominiums
Completion: March 2015
Owner/Developer: Victor Mezhvinsky + Jesse Tomko
Architectural Team: CCS ARCHITECTURE. 44 McLea Court. San Francisco, CA 94103
Design Principal: Cass Calder Smith
Designers: Joseph Benveniste, Bjorn Steudte, Tim Quayle, Barbara Turpin-Vickroy
Architect of Record: Geddes Ulinskas Architects
General Contractors: MT Development
Photographer: Paul Dyer; San Francisco, CA