If you’ve ever driven across the eastern expanse of the Bay Bridge on a clear day, you know what it feels like to see a freeway transform into a majestic skyway with streams of light pouring through dozens of slender suspension cables across a long and winding road. It’s no coincidence that this incredible condominium is similarly flooded with light from above with no less than 12 skylights cast in a dramatic architectural setting. Eminent architect Caspar Mol, one of the principal designers of the Bay Bridge expansion, owned, designed and built 119 Lyon Street. Proudly set on a tree lined among the historic homes of Janis Joplin and Jimi Hendrix, this modern wonder boasts radiant heat in bathrooms, two private decks, an open floor plan and timeless finishes throughout. Functionality is thoughtfully preserved with in-unit laundry, an electric car charging station and smart lighting. “Slow street” walkability to parks, shops, restaurants and transit complete this remarkable home.
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