181 Fremont goes beyond code, a selling point in wake of Millennium Tower mess

BIZJOURNALS | October 26, 2016

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The interior finishings in the 67 residential units atop the 181 Fremont skyscraper, now under construction next to the Transbay Terminal in San Francisco, will contain a veritable United Nations of materials designed to catch the eye of high-end buyers: marble from Tuscany, wood from Papua, New Guinea, brass custom made in Paris, quartz from Brazil, and Portuguese porcelain tile.

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