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Mission Bay is a neighborhood in progress. Once an industrial wasteland of rail yards and loading docks, Mission Bay is evolving into one of San Francisco’s hippest luxury neighborhoods. Located on the edge of the San Francisco Bay between South Beachand the Central Waterfront / Dogpatch neighborhoods, Mission Bay is now home to the UCSF Mission Bay research campus, a variety of biotech industries, and some very fashionable condominium and loft developments. Future plans for the community include a state of the art UCSF hospital, public open spaces, and 500,000 sq. feet of retail space.
As redevelopment of Mission Bay continues, more and more restaurants, shops, and clubs call the neighborhood home. Nearby SOMA and South Beach also boast great dining and a lively nightlife, while groceries and every day goods and services are available in neighboring Potrero Hill. Mission Bay is connected to the rest of the city (and the state) by a good public transit system that includes the MUNI, bus lines, and CalTrain.
Trendy new condo and loft developments define residential real estate in Mission Bay. As part of a master design, a percentage of new homes have been designated as affordable units, although many of the condominiums and lofts in Mission Bay are regarded as high-end luxury developments, including One Berry Street – which was mentioned in the Forbes.com list of “Ten Hot Luxury Lofts” in the U.S.
Most of the homes for sale in Mission Bay are fashionable condominiums and lofts in stylish new buildings. Sophisticated and modern, many boast the finest in amenities and some feature spectacular views.
Contact us if you want to get in on the real estate action in an emerging San Francisco neighborhood, keep your eye on the real estate market in Mission Bay.