- RENT Starting at $3,111
- ROOMS Studio - 3 Bedrooms
- SQ FT 420 - 2,220
Luxury Living in Downtown San Francisco Apartments
The ultimate in the metropolitan lifestyle is all yours at 399 Fremont, San Francisco's most coveted new address. Experience high-rise, luxury living complete with exceptional design, sophisticated finishes, and world-class services. These San Francisco apartments boast spacious master suites, modern kitchens, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and superior resident amenities. Soak up inspiring views of the unmistakable Bay Bridge, downtown skyline, lively AT&T Park, and quaint Potrero Hill. This 42-story tower is an idyllic island above it all, only steps away from the hip eateries, galleries, premier shopping and prime work centers of San Francisco. Discover your next apartment home at 399 Fremont.
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Designed with Elegance
Modern and artful design integrates with exceptional amenities to create an unparalleled apartment experience. 399 Fremont features the finest of finishes including hardwood flooring, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, and Italian cabinetry. Enjoy spacious floor plans that offer walk-in closets and the convenience of full-sized washer dryer sets.
Escape to Salesforce Park – San Francisco’s premiere, 5.4-acre, living roof. Located 70 feet above the Grand Hall, the park features interactive art installments, 13 botanical garden areas, and an amphitheater that’s home to morning yoga classes and evening concerts. Immerse yourself in an urban, outdoor experience like none other at Salesforce Park.
The Ultimate in Dynamic Urban Living
Embrace an unrivaled level of sophistication, modern convenience, and exquisite design. Let the sun shine through the beautiful floor-to-ceiling windows on to the hardwood floor before you step out to swim laps in the sparkling pool or entertain your friends in the private dining room.
Conveniently located near San Francisco’s Financial District, life in Rincon Hill provides an ideal balance between work and play.
Have lived at 399 for more than two years. While this is advertised as a “luxury” building, it could not be less true! Here are the ways it is not a luxury building: 1. As every other review states the elevators are continuously down / out of service. And there is only one elevator that goes to the basement from the tower. When that is not working it is a huge ... Read MoreRead Google Reviews