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255 Berry at 255 Berry Street

255 Berry, also known as Channel Park Condominiums, is an award-winning luxury condominium development in San Francisco's hip Mission Bay district.  255 Berry features some of the best there is in condo/loft living; in fact, in 2008, one penthouse condo in 255 Berry was featured on Forbes.com as one of the "10 hot luxury lofts" in the United States.

Featuring a mix of townhomes and flats, 255 Berry takes full advantage of its waterfront location along Mission Creek and the adjoining Mission Creek Park by arranging units so that most have a water and/or park views.  A perimeter of two-story townhomes wraps around the garage, which is found in the center of the structure.  Above the perimeter townhouses, upper level townhomes and penthouse flats are grouped around the central, third story terrace which sits atop the garage roof.  In addition to beautiful, high-end finishes, amenities at 255 Berry include a concierge/doorman and deeded parking in a secure garage.

Lofts for sale at 255 Berry St, San Francisco (Channel Park Condominiums)

255 Berry Street Lofts for Sale, SF December 11, 2018
1
Listed
33
Avg. DOM
$1,439.16
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$3,300,000
Med. List Price
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255 Berry
San Francisco, CA 94158
255 Berry San Francisco, CA 94158
1 of 9
$3,300,000
Subdivision: Mission Bay
BEDS
3
BATHS
3
SQ.FT.
2,293
BUILT
2004
ON SITE
34Days
MLS
478613
This bespoke corner home exudes luxury and modernization at its best. You are welcomed home with floor-to-ceiling windows, controlled with SOMFY motorized shades that brighten the open living space...

255 Berry's Mission Bay location puts it in one of the most popular new districts in San Francisco.  Mission Bay is a walkable neighborhood, with restaurants, shops, and grocery stores nearby.  Commuters will find a San Francisco MUNI station and CalTrain around the corner, and access to the freeway and the Bay Bridge is quick and easy.

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