You are invited to experience
the architecture of timelessness
Composed of only forty-four residences—many with outdoor rooms and bespoke spatial compositions—Crescent Nob Hill represents the very essence of rare, collectible design.
Conceived by the legendary Robert A. M. Stern Architects, the building is a celebration of high style where classical architecture and the rigor of extraordinary craftsmanship combine to manifest the timeless quality of the bygone era—interpreted for modern scale.
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“Since founding Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) in the 1960s, Stern has curated an international portfolio, with iconic structures including 15 Central Park West and 220 Central Park South in Manhattan, where celebrities like Sting and his wife Trudy Styler have purchased properties. His accolades include being named to the Architectural Digest AD100 Hall of Fame, and he served as the Dean of Architecture at Yale University from 1998 to 2016.”
High-End Hospitality Inspired Living
Boutique hotel-inspired interiors by the Interior Design Hall of Fame inductee Alexandra Champalimaud of Champalimaud Design. The firm’s portfolio includes the Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles; The Carlyle, New York; The Dorchester, London; the Penthouse Suite at the Fairmont San Francisco; and numerous private residences along Park and Fifth Avenues in New York City. Crescent marks her first new multi-family residential development on the West Coast.
A Wellness Sanctuary
Five-fixture master bathrooms, featuring dornbracht fittings, are clad in polished Bianco Dolomite marble. The custom vanity is topped with a polished bianco dolomite marble countertop. There is a Kohler tea-for-two bathtub and a separate shower enclosed in a milk-white glass partition with polished chrome trim.
The kitchens, featuring custom cabinetry hand-crafted by German artisans, are ideal for informal entertaining. Honed Mediterraneo marble countertops and backsplashes frame the integrated suite of appliances from Sub-Zero and Wolf. Finishing touches include dornbracht polished chrome fittings and specially selected cabinet pulls.
A Sense of Place
The progression of amenities starts at the twenty-four-hour attended lobby, framed by timeless polished Bianco Dolomite marble floor and finished with geometric honed Belgium Block marble insets. From the lobby, residents and guests are steps away from The Drawing Room, a two-story-high lounge with a fireplace, butler’s pantry, and double-height window wall with a terrace overlooking The Secret Garden. Celebrating its Nob Hill locale, The Sky Line is a roof terrace designed for al fresco entertaining with a fully equipped outdoor kitchen that includes a gas grill, a double-sided fireplace, and a dining area. For more active pursuits, a fully equipped gym and yoga studio, spaces warmed by wood architectural accents, allow for personal training and private lessons.
The Secret Garden
Inspired by Nob Hill’s exquisite gardens and parks, including neighboring Huntington Park, Crescent offers its own secluded retreat. The Secret Garden is an architecturally layered oasis conceived by Robert A.M. Stern Architects. The landscape design, shaped by The Miller Company (the name behind San Francisco’s most revered green spaces including The Conservatory of Flowers at the Golden Gate Park), is programmed to engage all the senses with colors and textures throughout the year.
Shaping Cities Since 1677
For over 340 years, Grosvenor has created the world’s most celebrated residential addresses. From the development of London’s fashionable Mayfair neighborhood in the 1720s to the elegant Belgravia district a hundred years later, the Grosvenor name has long been associated with world-class real estate and now includes a global portfolio expanding to more than sixty cities. Guided by its “Living Cities” approach to business, Grosvenor creates projects to reflect the spirit of local neighborhoods in order to foster thriving communities. With a trusted reputation in the San Francisco Bay Area built over forty years, the Grosvenor portfolio encompasses many of the city’s most appreciated addresses, including the strikingly styled residences at 288 Pacific, the classically designed condominiums at 1645 Pacific Avenue, and a collection of flagship retail and commercial properties clustered in and around Union Square.