The best views come at a premium.

The grand penthouse crowning San Francisco's 181 Fremont tower is selling for $46 million, joining the ranks of the highest priced properties in the city right now. (The grand penthouse at the Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission is listed for $49 million.)

Walls of windows circle the full-floor residence with stunning views taking in every Bay Area landmark: the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay Bridge, the Salesforce Tower, Sutro Tower, the Pacific Ocean, the Farallon Islands.

Perched at 700 feet, it's the tallest penthouse west of Chicago.

The four-bedroom, 6.5-bathroom residence spreads across 6,941 square feet with fully furnished interiors designed by the founders of Los Angeles-based MASS Beverly, who've worked on projects for Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Elon Musk and Calvin Klein.

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The ceilings are 10-feet tall, and the floors are a pale hardwood and slab marble. Gorgeous cuts of marble are also found in the bathrooms and kitchen. The light fixtures and furnishings are made by high-end brand names, from a chandelier made from burnished brass rings by Viabizzuno Sempre Mia in the dining room to a GTV Thonet Targa sofa in the living room.

You step out of the elevator into the home's entry paneled in rich walnut, and the view immediately draws you in. You're looking straight at the top of the Transamerica Pyramid. Walking into the living room with pretty cream-colored curved couches, the vistas expand across the bay. The kitchen features custom cabinets, counter seating and Gaggenau appliances. There's also a separate catering kitchen.

The mixed-used 181 Fremont tower stands 800-plus feet tall and is located near the Transbay Transit Center, where the skyline has gone vertical with sleek, glass towers. The skyscraper is pre-certified LEED Platinum, meaning it was built to strict environmental standards. For example, a water recycling system captures, treats and reuses grey water and rainwater.

Residents of the 55-unit building have access to an array of amenities on the 39th floor including terraces, a fitness center with yoga room, two lounges, a library, a catering kitchen, a bar and a conference room.

Amy Graff is a digital editor for SFGATE. Email her at [email protected]

This story was updated on Oct. 14, 2019, at 12:15 p.m. The original article incorrectly stated that grant penthouse at 181 Fremont is the most expensive in San Francisco. The $49 million grand penthouse at the Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission is the most expensive.