Jasper is a 40-story luxury high-rise steps away from the San Francisco offices of start-ups like Dropbox, Lyft and Silicon Valley shuttle stops ferrying workers to companies like Google and Facebook.
It seems to embody all that the city's long-standing residents hate, and aims to offer everything its young tech and finance workers might crave. The building looks and feels like a luxury hotel during a perpetual spring break.
"The new jobs are all tech and finance and so we get a lot of those types of residents," said Roman Speron, vice president at developer and owner Crescent Heights.
Rents in San Francisco are the highest in the nation, according to real estate tracking company Zumper. New buildings are required to include some affordable housing units, but developers can opt to pay into a fund instead, which is what Crescent Heights did.