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The Economist: A sculpture in San Francisco Bay points towards the future
In a new article, The Economist highlights artist Hiroshi Sugimoto's "Point of Infinity", which rises like a glistening steel needle on San Francisco's Yerba Buena Island. It's the first of many cultural attractions planned for San Francisco’s newest neighborhood, embracing art and 72 acres of green space and parks. This monumental sculpture acts as a sundial and meditation on time, showcasing both Yerba Buena Island and San Francisco's commitment to creativity and faith in the future. Continue reading to explore the profound symbolism behind this new masterpiece.
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New York Times: A New Hiroshi Sugimoto Sculpture in San Francisco Reaches for Infinity
In a new article, The New York Times unveils the intriguing story behind Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto's "Point of Infinity" – a 69-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture soaring above Yerba Buena Island. The artwork is the newest addition to the San Francisco skyline, and meant to serve as an “anchor” for the area’s new public art program. Keep reading to explore the artistic vision and cultural significance of this modern masterpiece.
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Iconic Life: The Residences at Yerba Buena Island Redefines San Francisco Living
The first-to-open Bristol condominiums are perched on a forested hilltop offering panoramic views of Clipper Cove and the eastern span of the Bay Bridge. Featuring GreenPoint Rated sustainable interior design by Edmonds + Lee Architects, Bristol units are centered around a landscaped open-air inner courtyard, anchored by a Grandiflora Victoria Magnolia tree, providing residents a park-like setting in which to gather with neighbors and friends. Ranging from studios to spacious three-bedroom residences, The Bristol’s gracious floor plans have been thoughtfully designed with floor to ceiling windows to maximize sunlight, Bay views and entertaining spaces.
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Urban Island: Yerba Buena Island Welcomes First Residents
This full-page features the opening of The Bristol, where Yerba Buena Island recently welcomed its first residents after 20 years of planning. It highlights the design and amenities of The Bristol, developed by Wilson Meaney with design by Hart Howerton and interiors by Edmonds + Lee Architects, and the upcoming Island Club featuring unobstructed views of the city skyline, Bay Bridge, and Golden Gate Bridge.
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San Francisco Magazine: Island Time - Yerba Buena Island Opens its First Six-Story Condo, The Bristol.
The dedicated 3-page spread in the Real Estate section focuses on the opening of The Bristol, which offers residents a nature-inspired sanctuary just 10 minutes from downtown. It notes that the luxury residences are developed by Wilson Meany and Stockbridge Capital Group, with creative collaboration from renowned talent like Hart Howerton, Edmonds + Lee Architects, Meyer Davis and Aidlin Darlin – all with wellness amenities and easy access to parks and Clipper Cove beach. It includes quotes from resident Diane Master and Vivian Lee and five prominent interior and exterior images.
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KGO/ABC7: Move-in Day at The Bristol
A two-minute segment highlights the opening of The Bristol at Yerba Buena Island, showcasing stunning visuals of the bay bridge and overview shots of the island. The Bristol, boasts beautiful views overlooking the east bay and the east side of the bay bridge, is the first of many new homes that will generate a new neighborhood in the San Francisco area. Sales Director, Lynn Bell, highlights the combination of outdoor and city living that The Bristol offers its residents, the convenient and quick ferry ride, and the exciting future in store for Yerba Buena Island as a whole.
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