45 Lansing Street
Jasper, formerly known as 45 Lansing, is quickly establishing itself as the pinnacle of urban luxury-living in San Francisco. Crowning Rincon Hill, San Francisco’s fastest growing neighborhood, at 400 feet, its 40 floors contain 330 high-end rental units, made up of studios, 1-bedrooms, 2-bedrooms, and 3-bedrooms. All units come with high-end appliances, full-size washer and dryer, and most high-rise apartments come with a bonus room, christened “The Room of All Trades,” that is infinitely customizable to any resident’s interests and imagination. Floor to ceiling windows present sweeping views of the Bay, SoMa, and downtown San Francisco.
The amenities at Jasper are what set it apart from all other residential experiences. Detailed-obsessed staff value personalized service above all else and provide residents with a modern, San Francisco-centric interpretation of the royal treatment. Jasper’s second floor will be devoted to functional amenities and social space. Here residents will have exclusive access to a state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor/outdoor saline pool and hot tub, a full-service business center with unlimited meeting capabilities, and a sleek onsite theater with a large projector screen and pod-style seating. Other amenities range from 24/7 concierge service, valet parking and electric car charging stations, on-demand car wash and detailing service, to in-room spa treatment services, dog wash and grooming station, a sought-after art collection, and much more. Representative of its location at the nexus of technology, the building provides an app-based resident management portal where residents can pay rent, request their car from the valet, schedule package deliveries, and order a multitude of other services.
The Jasper, at 45 Lansing Street is the creation of Cresent Heights and HKS Architects. In addition to the sleek glossy look of the exterior, developers teamed up with “starchitect” Stanley Saitowitz to design film noir inspired interiors accented by its monochromatic color scheme of black, white, and gray. Construction began in 2013 with residents scheduled to move-in during the Fall of 2015.