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Located at Park Terrace, elegant waterfront living along with Mission Bay Channel, is a private one bedroom, one bathroom, updated condominium. Built in 2007, the secure building provides a relaxing retreat away from the hustle and bustle of the city while being conveniently located just steps away from San Francisco’s dining, shopping, nightlife, Oracle Park, Chase Center, and easy commuting opportunities to the Peninsula.
A bright, cheerful kitchen with modern cabinetry and granite counters caters to both casual and fine cuisine. Open sightlines through the kitchen, dining area, and living room make entertaining family and friends a breeze. The spacious bedroom suite with private balcony and floor to ceiling windows is the ideal space to unwind at the end of the day. Upgrades are bountiful in this ready to move in, picturesque home.
Likely the newest Neighborhood in San Francisco, Mission Bay rises from the former trains yards once owned by Southern Pacific. Here, surrounding the UC Medical Center, you’ll find exclusive condominiums by the score placed in service of the booming high tech, and biotech industries. 6,000 units on 300 acres gracing the shores of the city, with jaw-dropping views across the bay of the picturesque Berkeley/Oakland Hills. One of the sunnier parts of town, residents can joy rooftop gardens with unparalleled 360 degree vistas. San Francisco’s most recent Library, the first in 40 years, can be found here. There is also the newly constructed Whole Foods Market on 4th Street.
This chic new part of town, stands in direct contrast to the historic Victorians, and old freight warehouses of nearby Dogpatch. A very fun set of cafes and restaurants have sprung up in this lively district. These include classic diners, gourmet pizza parlors, and down-home waterfront restaurants where you can find an old fashioned burger and fries, with weekend brunch options through the roof.
One amazing aspect to life in Mission Bay is its remarkable proximity to downtown SF. Within 8-blocks, you’ve pass the ballpark, SF Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), and entered the bustling Financial District. Transportation from Mission Bay can’t be beat. The Mission Creek Bike path is a tremendous asset, opening up many options without a car. MUNI lines, with extensions of the N Judah and T Third Street, connect the neighborhood with downtown San Francisco. The Caltrain Station makes rapid commutes available to the south Bay and San Jose. Mission Bay is also close to the all freeway entrances, including 101, 280-South, and 80-East.