The epitome of luxury and grace of design; the building Ritz Carlton Club and Residences which is San Francisco’s first skyscraper completed back in 1889, is truly a perfect residential address for the multi-millionaires looking forward to live in one of the world's most beautiful cities. And, in the times when affluent individuals including Apple’s Design Head Jonathan Ive, have been reportedly buying some of the most expensive homes in San Francisco, one tech-titan is looking forward to leave the city. As, Taiwanese-born American internet entrepreneur and YouTube’s co-founder Steve Chen has listed his penthouse perched in the Financial District’s sky bringing iconic City-by-the-Bay vistas into full panorama, at the Ritz Carlton Residences for $8,000,000. Also, we have earlier seen the sale of most expensive penthouse in San Francisco for $28 million.
The Ritz Carlton Club and Residences, San Francisco, CA 94104 United States
The luxurious 3,063 square feet duplex which Steve Chen bought for $4.58 million and spent 21 months working closely with noted architect Joel Snader to turn it into a technology enthusiasts' dream residence, boasts 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a living room featuring three TVs that hang side-by-side.
The penthouse’s master suite features a glass wall that separates the bedroom from the master bathroom, and with one touch of a button turns the glass from clear to frost.
In short, this penthouse is certainly a place for everything so that everything is in its place.
Notably, Chen is selling this dream penthouse as he recently had a second child, and wanted to move to the suburbs of the South Bay with his beloved wife.