SOUTHEAST ASIA BUILDING30 Apr 2019
Luxurious condominium MIRA with a twisting tower tops out
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Tishman Speyer is celebrating the topping out of MIRA, its newest San Francisco community of luxury condominium residences. Construction of the 400-foot tower began in mid-2017 and has progressed steadily since, with occupancy slated for late 2019. With architecture and interiors by Studio Gang’s Jeanne Gang, an award-winning architect and member of the 2019 TIME 100 list, MIRA’s distinctive, dynamic design features large bay windows twisting up the façade to offer sweeping views of San Francisco Bay, the Bay Bridge, and the city skyline. The distinctive façade’s installation has been underway for the last seven months and now clearly shows off the spiraling design with which MIRA will punctuate San Francisco’s skyline.

When completed, MIRA’s bright, modern, and spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums and townhouses will offer sweeping, expansive views of the city and the Bay through large bay windows. Located one block from the Embarcadero, the community will feature amenities such as a courtyard, rooftop deck, private dining and lounge, a Jay Wright-designed fitness center, children’s playroom, conference room, dog washing station, valet parking for 340 cars with electric vehicle charging stations, parking for 150 bicycles, and over 10,000 square feet of retail at street level. Inside, bay windows in every residence offer sweeping views and create a dynamic façade that will transform the neighborhood with Studio Gang’s groundbreaking, forward-thinking architecture.

Located in the emerging Transbay neighbourhood where SoMa meets the Embarcadero, MIRA will offer convenient access to the waterfront, the new Salesforce Park and Transbay Transit Terminal, and a wide array of retailers, nightlife, restaurants, transportation options, and sports and entertainment venues. The MIRA community will contribute to the dynamic neighborhood created by Tishman Speyer’s nearby Infinity and LUMINA projects. The site was previously known as Block One of the Transbay Redevelopment Plan.