Homes are set to go on sale in the second section of an in-demand American luxury real estate development. Tower II at the Infinity project, San Francisco, will be up for grabs from February 7 after homes in tower I proved a hit with buyers in the competitive local real estate market.
A total of 292 new homes were sold in the scheme’s 365-unit first phase just one year after opening in February last year. Executives said the entire apartment scheme was a real estate success in “challenging economic times”.
Carl Shannon, of developers Tishman Speyer, said: “Sales in phase I have been consistently strong and we’re on track to move new homeowners into Tower II in April 2009.
“The Infinity’s success is a testament to the fact that people want to buy a well-designed home with exceptional amenities in one of the most desirable locations in San Francisco.”
Providing views of San Francisco Bay and the city, apartments at The Infinity feature floor to ceiling curved glass windows. Tower II is set to feature two and three-bedroom units – including four penthouses and six two-storey homes.
Real estate projects have been delayed in other areas of America, but many high-end investment opportunities are still in demand in popular urban areas like central San Francisco.