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Mission Bay, San Francisco, CA

San Francisco's Newest Neighborhood - The Opportunity of a Lifetime

Although it had been a city redevelopment area since 1998, the 303 acres of abandoned rail yard owned by Southern Pacific Railroad now known as Mission Bay was largely undeveloped until 2004. In that year, California voters passed Proposition 71, authorizing $3 billion in grants to build the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine on the site. With the stroke of a pen, California became a world leader in stem cell research and a new neighborhood was born.

The city has discussed plans for 6,000 new units nearby, and a number of exciting new developments have already been completed, including the Park Terrace community and the 235 Berry building. Mission Bay already boasts a number of amenities, including the first new public library in San Francisco in over forty years. In addition to being home to the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, the Gap corporate headquarters are located nearby, and a number of biotech companies have leased space.

On top of hosting a world class research center, Mission Bay has been in the news lately with the opening of San Francisco MUNI's Third Street light rail project in early 2007. The northern terminus of the new line is in Mission Bay, making it the gateway to the city's long-neglected southeastern neighborhoods.

Country: United States

This summary is based on individual opinions. Individual experience of the neighborhood may vary.

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Buildings in Mission Bay

235 Berry Street
235 Berry is a prestigious low-rise condominium development with 99 units. The thoughtfully designed and landscaped third floor courtyard provides views of the Mission...
Arterra
Welcome to Arterra; designed to be San Francisco's first LEED certified green high-rise community. Arterra is at the center of one of San Francisco's most exciting...
China Basin
Radiance (featuring On site HOA Mangement, Gym, Community Outdoor Lawn , Club Room with Pool Table, Fire Pit with seating and BBQ Area) has a prime Mission Bay address....
Esprit Park
With over twenty-five different floor plans to choose from, Homes on Esprit Park have been designed to fulfill the needs of the individual while respecting the historic...
Madrone Mission Bay
Madrone is new, modern, detailed and architecturally inspired. The residences are influenced by their bayside location, featuring a unique mix of spacious, light-filled...
Madrone Mission Bay
Madrone is new, modern, detailed and architecturally inspired. The residences are influenced by their bayside location, featuring a unique mix of spacious, light-filled...
Madrone Mission Bay
Madrone (featuring 24 hour attended lobby, Gym w/steam & sauna room, Outdoor Heated Pool/ Deck, Jacuzzi, Club Room, Theater Room, BBQ Area and Business Center) is...
Park Terrace
Park Terrace - Urban Living Redefined Park Terrace is located on scenic Mission Creek. The stunning location and diversity of unique floor plans make Park Terrace...
The Beacon
The Beacon is the largest mixed-use development in San Francisco with 595 residential units with a gourmet grocery store, bank, spa and everything you may possibly...
 
718 Long Bridge, 303
2 BR/2 BA
1290+/- sq ft
$1,329,000

Spacious Two Bedroom | Two Bathroom plus den home in the best of Mission Bay’s pristine, sold-out modern residence: Arden. This spacious unit, with abundant natural...
260 King St, Unit 687
2 BR/2 BA
1344+/- sq ft
$1,250,000

Two Bedroom | Two Bath with large den and balcony in the Beacon, the landmark Mission Bay condominium that combines contemporary comfort and convenience. Open floor...
250 King St, Unit 908
1 BR/1 BA
787+/- sq ft
$850,000

Watch San Francisco light up from your bedroom or living room and thrive in the most vibrant community, The BEACON. Wake up to some of the best coffee shops, be...
 
200 Brannan Street, Suite 100
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