3208 Pierce at 3208 Pierce Street

Designed by local firm ian birchall and associates (ib+a architecture), 3208 Pierce Street is a mixed-use condominium development that blends clean contemporary lines with traditional San Francisco Marina architecture.  The result is a fashionable, modern structure that looks right at home in its Marina District neighborhood.

The fourteen luxury condominium units at 3208 Pierce Street come with a variety of floor plans and amenities, ranging from compact 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom flats to roomy 2-bedroom, 2.5 bath townhouse-style condos with private entries and direct access to a beautifully landscaped interior courtyard.  All condos in 3208 Pierce feature open living spaces, double-paned floor-to-ceiling windows, and stylish kitchens with custom cabinetry, elegant Caesarstone countertops, and stainless steel appliances.  Amenities at 3208 Pierce include a parking garage with elevator service to each floor, washer/dryer hookups in each condo, and generous storage for each unit.

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3208 Pierce is on the corner of Pierce Street and Lombard Street, which happens to serve as State Route 101 as it passes through the Marina.  Nothing could be handier for commuters who need to access other parts of the Bay Area.  No need, however, to leave the Marina for fun and recreation.  Trendy shops, restaurants, and clubs are all in the area; and the shoreline of the San Francisco Bay with its jogging/biking paths, yacht club, and open spaces is just a few short blocks away.

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