As we first reported earlier this year, the final floor of 2170 Jackson Street was removed for the studs; every external wall, sub-floor and ceiling surface was painted that has a thick semi-conducting paint; the floors were connected with wire tape for the walls; the walls were connected with wire strips towards the ceiling; and every window was engrossed in your favorite shows of EMF blocking polymer.

As an effect, the full-floor Pacific Heights cooperative apartment is actually a luxurious Faraday cage developed to block all EMF radiation – for example the signals generated by cellular phones, cellular telephone towers and WiFi networks – from entering the three,400-square-foot unit.