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Covering an entire block between Berry Street and the Mission Creek waterway, 235 Berry Street was one of the first condominium developments to be built in the northern portion of the up-and-coming Mission Bay neighborhood. Designed by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects (LMS), 235 Berry is an environmentally conscientious project that features dual-pane windows, efficient ventilation, and environmentally responsible lighting, appliances, and plumbing fixtures.
Floor plans for the condominiums in 235 Berry are diverse, offering a number of options from small, 1-bedroom flats to sizable 3-bedroom units that, in townhouse tradition, occupy more than one level. Homes are nicely finished with tile and hardwood flooring, European style cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and granite slab countertops. Amenities for homeowners at 235 Berry include dedicated parking; private decks or patios; a landscaped, exterior 3rd floor terrace; and a daytime doorman/concierge.
235 Berry Street has a waterfront location on Mission Creek. Mission Creek Park, with its green spaces, sports courts, and esplanade is literally outside the back door. Restaurants and shopping (including a Safeway and Whole Foods Market) are nearby. For commuters, the CalTrain station and a San Francisco Muni station are around the corner, and area freeways are easily accessible.