Mission Bay

Master-planned masterpiece or mid-rise suburban-esque stucco nightmare? Welcome to San Francisco’s newest neighborhood, redeveloped from former railroad land and anchored by UCSF’s Mission Bay campus. Sunny weather, new to newer construction, 47 acres of parks, and an arena for the Warriors.

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    Berry St. Facing Oracle Park

    Mission Creek From 4th Street

    A View From the South

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    Neighborhood Vibe

    Mission Bay is a master-planned neighborhood, which means that every lot had an approved purpose before groundbreaking took place on the first lot. The neighborhood was zoned for mid-rise development and is a mix of residential and office uses as well as the UCSF campus. Biotech companies have a strong presence in the neighborhood.

     

    Popular Home Styles

    Don’t look for single family homes here, because there aren’t any. Construction of homes in the neighborhood began in the 1990s and continues to this day in medium to large size condominium and apartment buildings.

     

    Getting Around

    The T-Third streetcar runs north/south through the neighborhood on 3rd Street (not to be confused with the eponymous avenue on the other side of town!) and the flat, central location makes walking and biking popular. Caltrain has a large station at 4th & King that is also served by numerous Muni bus lines and several light-rail lines.

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    Homes for Sale

    Condominium
    $1,395,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 422691754
    Coveted and Rarely Available TOP FLOOR, CORNER, Mission Bay condo with South/East CITY, PARK and WATER views. Flexible 2BED/2BATH configuration with gleaming hardwood floors and floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the space with natural light. Formal entry space with office nook...
    Condominium
    $1,395,000 | 3, 2, 1
    MLS# 422698196
    260 King St #759 at the Beacon is a three-bedroom two-bathroom residence located on the bustling border of South Beach and Mission Bay. The rare 3-bedroom plan is spacious and functional, with an open plan living/dining area great for entertaining...
    Condominium
    $599,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 422700817
    Electric urban views from a high floor at The Beacon. This bright, junior one bedroom/one bathroom is a great starter home, investment property or pied-a-terre. With an incredibly efficient floor plan, unit 1304 is part of the Beacon Tower Collection...
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    Condominium
    $1,425,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 422698878
    This peaceful Mission Bay oasis at 255 Berry is the most desirable and rarely available home owned by noted San Francisco sports journalist. Experience living on the water with beautiful sunrises perfectly positioned along Mission Creek. South facing, residence 515...
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    Condominium
    $1,300,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 422690960
    Residence 506 is a well-proportioned home offering an ideal split floor plan with a chef's kitchen, custom hardwood floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the home with natural light. The modern kitchen features granite countertops, premium stainless steel appliances, and...
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    Condominium
    $1,310,000 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 422687619
    This splendid, bright, 2 bed 2 bath, 1 parking condo, is situated on the highly sought-after Berry street in Mission Bay. Upon entering the unit, you will be greeted with a foyer and spacious entry closet. Floor to ceiling windows...
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    Neighborhood Condo Buildings

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    More About Mission Bay

    Mission Bay is considered by many to be San Francisco’s “newest” neighborhood. The area now known as Mission Bay was once literally a shallow bay of water, but as San Francisco grew and developed it was quickly turned into “productive” land, with debris from the 1906 quake providing much of the fill. Most recently, the neighborhood was home to the Southern Pacific Railroad Yard. In the 1980s a redevelopment plan was approved and the land was transferred from Catellus/Southern Pacific to San Francisco, leading to the construction of numerous condos, businesses, and commercial buildings, with plenty of open green space sprinkled in.

     

    The neighborhood is a master-planned neighborhood, which means that every lot had an approved purpose before groundbreaking took place on the first lot. At the north end of the neighborhood, Oracle Park, home of the SF Giants, brings thousands to the area 81 days a year (and more during the playoffs!). A bit further south, the Warriors have their city home at the Chase Center.

    Known for some of the sunniest weather in San Francisco, which makes it easy to enjoy the neighborhood’s immense open spaces. The neighborhood is home to over 45 acres of open space, including trail networks that connect with both Marin County to the north and San Mateo County to the south.

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