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Ph.: © Mike Kelley

The Infinity

San Francisco, CA | USA
Business Area
IN COLLABORATION WITH Heller Manus Architects
Ph.: © Mike Kelley
The Concept

Designed by world-renowned architectural firm Arquitectonica in conjunction with Heller Manus Architects, The Infinity is situated in a strategic location in San Francisco,  at 300 Spear Street  between the Financial District and the Bay Bridge and only one block from its sister project LUMINA , another project realized by Tishman Speyer in this area. The development, offering a total of 650 luxury residential units, includes four linked towers: two towers of 42 and 37 stories and two mid-rise plaza buildings around a central landscaped courtyard.


128 m / 420 ft

42 stories tall

The main feature of the project - which was developed in two distinctive phases, Phase I for the 106,7 m (350 ft) tall tower and Phase II for the 128 m (420 ft) high structure - is the unique curving façades of the buildings: this particular geometry and the combined use of the state-of-the-art glass curtain wall technology incorporated into the sleek façade, provide the residents with ample views of the San Francisco Bay. At the same time these features guarantee plenty of light to the interiors and minimize noise. 
The unitized curtain wall system has green glass with grey spandrel shadow boxes, operable vent windows and silver composite aluminum panel units. The high-rise condominiums feature terrace balconies with window wall, aluminum swing door and glass railings; chicklet (small) balconies with window wall, sliding glass door and glass railings; large curved balconies with window wall, two sliding glass doors and glass railings; a large 2-story roof drum screen.

The Project
Scope of Work

Unitized curtain wall and window wall for an overall area of 38,900 sqm (418,700 sq ft). Phase I: 20,900 sqm (225,000 sq ft). Phase II: 18,000 sqm (193,700 sq ft).

Technical Details

DEVELOPER: Tishman Speyer

ARCHITECT: Arquitectonica in collaboration with Heller Manus Architects


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