Lisa Wolfe & Susan Kim Present:
STUNNING MISSION BAY CONDOMINIUM - $725,000
Spectacular one bedroom view unit with separate alcove at The Beacon. Located on the 11th Floor, this home boasts sprawling bay views extending throughout the apartment. Thoughtfully designed for the best of urban living with ample closet space and in-unit washer/dryer.
Conveniently located minutes from the Cal-train station. Amenities include: doorman, 24 hour concierge, state-of-the art gym, heated pool, sauna and beautiful common areas. Enjoy easy access to Cal Train and the vibrant Soma Neighborhood. Located on the same block as Safeway, Lucky Strike and Umami Burger.
Monthly Assessment $763.01
Monthly Parking Fee $140.40
Mission Bay Maintenance $32.01
The newest neighborhood in San Francisco just might be Mission Bay. Rising from the former Southern Pacific train yards, the luxury condominiums of Mission Bay surround the high tech biotech campus of UC Medical Center. Eventually 6,000 new units will be built on the 300 acres next to the bay. Flat, sunny, and with plenty of parking, Mission Bay offers great views of the bay from rooftop gardens.
The brand new development includes the first library to be built in San Francisco in 40 years, as well as the newest Whole Foods on 4th Street. The up and coming neighborhood stands in stark contrast to San Francisco's historic outpost of Victorians called Dogpatch. Amongst the freight warehouses, a lively mix of cafes and restaurants has sprung up. These include classic diner Just for You Cafe, and gourmet pizza Piccino on 22nd Street, and Serpentine on 3rd St. Waterfront restaurants include Kelly's Mission Rock and The Ramp, a dockside, down home restaurant offering old fashioned burgers and fries and a weekend brunch where diners fend off hungry seagulls.
Despite the undiscovered location, Mission Bay is remarkably close to downtown. An 8-block walk will take you past the ballpark, and SF MOMA, to the financial district. Transportation is excellent here. The Mission Creek Bike Path makes it easy to go without a car. Extensions of the N Judah and T Third Street MUNI lines connect the neighborhood with downtown San Francisco. The Caltrain Station offers rapid commutes to the south Bay and San Jose. For those driving, Mission Bay is close to the freeway entrances of 101, 80-East and 280-South.