LUMINA is a 656-unit condominium development, representing the best in high-rise luxury living soaring above the San Francisco Bay. It is located on the south side of Folsom Street between Main and Beale Streets, two blocks from the Embarcadero waterfront. Currently under construction, the project will consist of two towers of 42 and 37 stories, and two mid-rise plaza buildings of eight stories each. Each new home will include first-class features and finishes, along with intuitive design touches for modern living. Floor plans include studio to three-bedroom layouts, averaging 1,200 square feet. Condominium residences will offer breathtaking views of San Francisco Bay and the city, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows.
LUMINA is located adjacent to the Infinity, which was developed by Tishman Speyer in 2005–2009. The Infinity consists of two towers and two mid-rise buildings for a total of 650 units. The Infinity is 100% sold out and, notably, was the best-selling project in the United Sates in 2009, with over 300 sales. The Infinity is also home to Nancy Oakes’ restaurant, Prospect.
Residents of LUMINA’s 656 exceptional condominiums will have access to a wide array of amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness center with a climbing wall, two private exercise studios, spa facilities with a private treatment room, 75-foot lap pool, landscaped rooftop terrace with barbecue facilities and outdoor screen, bi-level club lounge, theatre-style private screening room, private dining room, children’s play room, and more. Cutting edge valet technology will allow residents to summon their car remotely at any time, and each resident will enjoy 24/7 valet parking service.
Designed by world-renowned Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, in collaboration with Heller Manus, LUMINA’s striking curves and angles capture the elegance, modernity and vibrancy of San Francisco. The project is targeting LEED Silver Certification.
LUMINA is ideally situated close to San Francisco’s downtown, the sparkling waterfront, AT&T Park and Rincon Hill, with immediate access to many of the city’s major transportation arteries, including the Transbay Terminal, BART and Muni, Caltrain, the Bay Bridge, Interstates 80 and 280, and Highway 101.
July 31 2014
Lumina 02013 by Omar Omar, on Flickr