5800 3rd Street & 5900 3rd Street

Built in 2010, 5800 3rd St & 5900 3rd St. are home to 137 residences in the Bayview-Hunter’s Point neighborhood. Notable features of the buildings include garage parking for every home, a landscaped greenbelt with BBQ, dog wash area, and an owner’s recreation room.

Home sizes at 5800 3rd street & 5900 3rd St. range from just under 800 square feet up to about 1,650 square feet. Homes are available in one two and three-bedroom layouts. Amenities include parking for every home, dog washing area, common barbecue area in the landscaped courtyard garden.



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    2010 Construction

    Building Exterior

    Bayview Branch Library on 3rd St


    Homes for Sale

    $788,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 422641960
    Meet the city slicker, a west facing 2BD/2BA + Den sleek Bayview condo in the center of the City's growing activity and culinary hub. Upgraded and sophisticated, this condo features designer fixtures, hardwood flooring, bright windows, a veranda and a...
    $925,000 | 3, 2, 1
    MLS# 421591006
    Grab a slice of sunlight in this spacious, modern top floor 3BD/2BA corner unit at the heart of the City's bustling Bayview, around the corner from breweries, parks, restaurants. Sleek south facing unit is bright and sophisticated with walnut hardwood...
    $647,421 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 421585852
    Daydreaming in Bayview. Come to this exceptionally well lit corner unit and experience modern living. The open kitchen, bedroom, and office nook are all part of the package. A dog wash station, common BBQ area and wonderful landscaped courtyards guarantee...
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    More About the Building

    The 5800 Third complex, built in 2010, is one of the few recently built condominium buildings in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood.  Located in the sunny Bayview neighborhood, this up-and-coming area is close to HWY 101/280 and public transportation for easy transit to downtown/the peninsula/the South Bay. San Francisco’s T light-rail line traverses 3rd Street and makes accessing downtown or transit transfer points to connect with BART or other regional services.

    Once upon a time, the neighborhood was economically powered by the well-paying blue-collar jobs at the nearby Hunters Point Naval Base. Then urban flight, naval base closure, and indifference from City Hall created the challenges and opportunities of today and tomorrow. Bayview Hunters Point — outside of The Shipyard — is well-served by city transit and is perfectly positioned for Silicon Valley commuters. One of the last “affordable” outposts for a home in the city?


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    Year Built


    Homes include one car garage parking with direct interior building access.

    Amenities and Original Finishes

    The building offers a dog washing area, and a shared barbecue area amidst a landscaped coutyard.