Tower 737 offers a cosmopolitan playground where San Francisco’s sophisticated can enjoy a chic, ultramodern environment with time-saving conveniences usually found only at boutique hotels.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 16, 2010
Sequoia Equities, Inc. announces the completion of their $6,000,000.00 renovation of Tower 737, located on the 700th block of Post Street in downtown San Francisco, CA.
After nearly three years and $6,000,000.00 of planning and construction the new Tower737 makes a bold statement by delivering a hip, innovative perspective in rental living with style, uniqueness, and miscellany indigenous only to San Francisco.
The centerpiece of the project is Courtyard737, a contemporary outdoor space that rivals even the trendiest of hotels in design. From here, residents can easily reach a host of other appealing amenities like Fit737, a fitness club with cardio equipment, weights, towels, and bottled water. Lounge737, providing an entertainment venue complete with cinema screen, theater sound, and wine lockers. Media737, offering a full-service tech center including complimentary faxing, copying, and printing. Bistro737, serving an array of gourmet coffee and tea daily. And finally, residents are spoiled with a full-service concierge to assist with their every request.
Each of Tower737’s three high-rise towers offer a combination of soft-lofts, one and two bedroom flats, with breathtaking views of the cityscape and bay and modern appointments such as; granite countertops, wood style flooring, maple cabinetry, low profile Berber carpet, and stainless steel appliances.
Our vision to transform the once ordinary building into a destination for local renters has been realized. Sequoia Equities’ Senior Vice President William W. Brooks asserts, “Tower 737 offers a cosmopolitan playground where San Francisco’s sophisticated can enjoy a chic, ultramodern environment with time-saving conveniences usually found only at boutique hotels. It is our goal to provide an exceptional urban lifestyle experience for city dwellers”
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