Katie Canales/Business Insider A new luxury apartment property spanning 56 floors in a glass high-rise in San Francisco is one of the newest additions to the city's skyline. The Avery sits in San Francisco's East Cut neighborhood, an area of the city that has seen multiple high-rise condo projects sprout up in recent years just blocks from the offices of some of the biggest tech companies in the city, including Facebook, Google, and Salesforc...

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