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Wondering What it Would be Like to Live in the Twisting Tower? We Can Fill You in.

Wondering What it Would be Like to Live in the Twisting Tower? We Can Fill You in.

You’ve likely seen it—the striking tower that has shot up between Spear and Folsom Streets, known as MIRA. It rises 400 feet into the air, offers 392 units, and is throwing distance to the Bay Bridge, Rincon Park, and Embarcadero. Designed by award-winning architecture firm Studio Gang and developed by Tishman Speyer, MIRA is a true addition to the iconic San Francisco skyline.


With a price range from $1M–$5M, the building offers 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units. One current unit for sale at MIRA, is a 3 bed, 2 bath asking $1,980,000. Like the façade, the interior is modern and sleek, and the unique construction allows for bay views from every unit–and breathtaking views they are.


Unique community amenities include a dog-washing station and refrigerated cubbies off the lobby for food deliveries, as well as a professionally landscaped courtyard, private dining areas, a rooftop deck, and a lounge.

If admiring the twisting façade of MIRA from afar isn’t enough, let us know. We can get you inside and living the dream.

All images are representative of the development.


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