Just Sold: 2 Bedroom Plus Den, 2 Bathroom Condo At The Infinity #32G For $2,080,000

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Mark Choey of San Francisco-based Climb Real Estate Group just sold luxury condominium 301 Main Street #32G in South Beach for $2,080,000.

View from 301 Main Street #32G, San Francisco

View from 301 Main Street #32G, San Francisco

The first of its floor plan to sell in Tower I, the condo features fantastic skyline views, the Infinity’s signature rounded walls, and two balconies.

Mark Choey of Climb Real Estate just sold 301 Main Street #32G in San Francisco, a two bedroom plus den, two bathroom condo at The Infinity for $2,080,000. The first of its floor plan to sell in Tower I, the condo features fantastic skyline views, the Infinity’s signature rounded walls, and two balconies. The Infinity is one of South Beach’s most popular and unique buildings, with stunning architectural details, abundant luxury amenities, and an ideal location near downtown and the Embarcadero.

301 Main Street #32G is located on the corner of The Infinity’s Tower I, closest to the Embarcadero, and faces northwest, yielding expansive downtown views and partial views of the water. Originally marketed as a three-bedroom unit, the condo has two large bedrooms with access to the oversized curved balcony as well as an enclosed den. Even the master bathroom has views. The open living/dining area and kitchen have all the luxury finishes associated with The Infinity–stainless steel Bosch appliances, Studio Becker cabinetry, granite countertops, and hardwood floors.

Full details are available at ClimbSF.com and TheInfinitySF.com.

Another 32nd floor condo at the Infinity sold earlier in the year for $1,690,000; located in Tower II and listed by Dirk Kinley of Climb Real Estate, 338 Spear Street #32A is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo with similar views to Choey’s unit but only one balcony and no den.

South Beach is one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods, with great weather, close proximity to the Embarcadero waterfront, and easy access to downtown, the Bay Bridge, and all methods of public transit. A true “around the clock” district, South Beach is a relaxed neighborhood that offers San Francisco’s best in culture, entertainment, and recreation. The area includes an eclectic mix of business and professional services, retail stores, restaurants, nightclubs, recreational facilities and art galleries. AT&T Park (home of the World Champion Giants), South Beach harbor and marina, the Financial District, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SF MOMA), Yerba Buena Gardens, and the Moscone Center are all nearby.

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