181 Fremont Street, San Francisco

New Construction: 181 Fremont Street (aka: Park 151)

"When completed", according to Curbed SF, "the tower will feature offices up to the 36th floor, residential from floors 39 to 54 and a 2-story deck in between. A 25' grand lobby and a 5th floor sky bridge connecting the building directly to the Transbay Center rooftop park will also be featured."


181 Fremont Residences

181 Fremont Residences

181 Fremont is Rising

181 Fremont is now 200 feet above ground. The building will top out at over 800 feet next summer. Watching this landmark soar to the sky is to contemplate engineering marvel with a limitless imagination.

The structure's remarkable 'mega bracing' is starting to take shape. Conceived by Heller Manus Architects and brought to life by the internationally renowned Arup Engineers, this iconic system will define 181 Fremont's place on the skyline.

Our Presentation Suite will open in the Spring. We will be in touch early in the New Year to provide updates on the construction progress and to share additional project details.

We are tremendously excited to open our doors first to you. You will continue to be the First to Know of these details.

Warm regards,

The 181 Fremont Team

  Jay Paul Company The Mark Company

  David Ames 

  Top Producer 



  (415) 271-2071

Comment balloon 3 commentsDavid Ames • December 08 2015 10:15AM


Hello, David! This looks like it's going to be an amazing condo for sale. Congratulations on this listing! Best of luck!

Posted by Katerina Gasset, Get It Done For Me Virtual Services (Get It Done For Me Virtual Services ) over 2 years ago

David Ames What can be said about this condo and location? Breathtaking and a one of a kind. Buyers are sellers in San Francisco need to be calling David Ames for their real estate needs!

Posted by Sandy Padula and Norm Padula, JD, GRI, Presence, Persistence & Perseverance (Realty National) over 2 years ago

I agree...the location is great, and the views for the majority of the residential portion will be stunning.  Many of the new highrises (in the past couple of years) have fallen short on architecutral significance (unfortunately).  Park 151 and the new Transbay Center, however, should turn a few heads.  ;)

Posted by David Ames, San Francisco (Zephyr Real Estate, San Francisco) over 2 years ago

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