Arquitectonica's starchitect, Bernardo Fort-Brescia, designed this one-of-a-kind San Francisco building. Boasting quintessential San Francisco views, this Hayes Valley apartment sits at the intersection of three sought-after neighborhoods: Duboce Triangle, Mission Dolores, and the Castro. This bespoke unit features an open concept floor plan with an abundance of natural light beaming through walls of windows with southerly and westerly exposures. The walls of windows feature trickle vents, built-in roller shades, and retractable screens. This unique unit features the finest finishes throughout, including custom wallpaper, built-in lighting, built-in appliances, built-in generous custom closets. The building is LEED-certified with a rooftop that can be used as an outdoor meditation garden and outdoor dining with 360-degree city views, bicycle parking, underground garage. Its central location gives you walking-distance access to the good restaurants, gyms, shops, and supermarkets.