Buildings

The Infinity is a luxury condominium enclave conveniently located in San Francisco’s South Beach. Situated close to both the waterfront & the Financial District, South Beach provides a great walking neighborhood with close freeway proximity.

The Infinity was designed by Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, and developed by Tishman Speyer. Initially completed in 2008, the complex consists of two tall towers, and two smaller treetop buildings, all surrounding a central, street level courtyard.

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318 Spear St is an 8-story treetop building at Infinity’s north corner; it has 62 residential units situated on floors 3-8. The doorman attended pedestrian foyer faces Spear. The 3-bedroom units on the 7th-8th floors were originally marketed as penthouses, with those on the 7th floor having large patios. This building houses Nancy Oakes’ Prospect Restaurant and one smaller commercial space.

333 Main St is a 9-story treetop building at Infinity’s south corner; it has 66 residential units situated on floors 2-9. The doorman attended pedestrian foyer faces Main. The 3-bedroom units on the 8th-9th floors were originally marketed as penthouses, with those on the 8th floor having large patios. This building houses the business center, two conference rooms, a movie theater, & the club lounge.

301 Main St is the curvy 37-story glass tower sitting on the west corner. The top ten floors introduce expansive, covered patios facing northwest or southeast. These floors are also home to the tower’s five duplexes, ten Sky Terrace flats, and two large penthouses. The doorman attended pedestrian foyer faces Main. This building houses a larger commercial space, as well as the building’s HOA management office.

338 Spear St is the signature 42-story tower with 285 residential units. The top twelve floors introduce expansive, covered patios that face northwest or southeast. These floors are also home to the tower’s six duplexes, twelve ‘Sky Terrace’ flats, and four large penthouses. Doorman attended pedestrian foyer faces Spear. This building houses one commercial space, likely earmarked for a small restaurant.