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888 7th Street is a large, 224 condominium/townhouse complex that stretches along 7th Street between King and Berry Streets in the emerging Mission Bay neighborhood in San Francisco. Designed by a local architectural firm, David Baker + Partners, whose work includes the Clocktower Lofts, Marquee Lofts, and 355 Bryant as well as several East Bay loft projects, 888 7th Street is a mixed-use development that features both affordable housing and market rate condos.
Floor plans for the individual condominium homes at 888 7th Street include 61 studio units, as well as 1, 2, and 3-bedroom condos, offering both flat and townhouse style homes. Many units have a private terrace, balcony, or patio, and residents have access to the Mission Creek Greenway and Bikeway that runs along the southwest perimeter of the complex.
The condominiums at 888 7th Street are located at the edge of Mission Bay and Showplace Square, which is a concentrated community of art studios, art and culinary schools, and design centers. UCSF Mission Bay is within walking distance, as are cafes and coffee shops. For commuters, the San Francisco MUNI and CalTrain station is just down the street and Bay Area Freeways are nearby.
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