2 Bedroom + Den at Radiance at Mission Bay!
Built in 2008 by Bosa Development, this luxury 99-unit property offers a peaceful setting surrounded by 49 acres of Parks and waterside greenways. Perfectly located within walking distance to AT&T Park, the UCSF Research Campus, the eastern waterfront and just minutes from downtown.
The Radiance offers gorgeous common areas including a lush landscaped 4th floor courtyard with 2 large BBQ areas, Fitness Center, Club Lounge, Conversation Fire Pit and Open Air Dining. This ground-level corner residence offers a secure, direct entry through a private patio with water views. Or enter from the garage through the common area hallway.
Enjoy abundant maritime activity from the comfort of your living room or stroll along the Bay to AT&T Park and beyond. Views span the Waterfront, Bay Bridge, City and Ballpark. The 3rd St Light Rail is just a block away. With on-site property management and front desk security 7 days from 6pm-2am, the Radiance at Mission Bay is a great place to call home.
This beautiful 2 bedroom home has an ideal split bedroom floor plan offering central entertaining space and a “den” perfect for a formal dining room or home office. The gracious entry area allows enough room for a grand piano!
Approximately 1,729 sq ft with HOA dues of $851/month.
One deeded parking on ground level (P-12) & Storage cage (H)
- Luxury 2008 building
- Private street entrance with patio
- Water, Bay Bridge, City & Park views
- 2 bedrooms plus den
- 2 bathrooms
- Open plan kitchen features: gas cooktop, KitchenAid stainless appliances, Caesarstone counters, breakfast bar, pendant lights
- Hardwood floors, upgraded carpet, tile baths
- Abundant closet space
- Deeded storage cage (H)
- Master bath with glass enclosed shower and twin sinks
- Second bath with shower over tub
- Custom window coverings and screen on all windows
- “Smart Home” wiring
- Whirlpool Duet washer/dryer
- One car deeded parking (P-12)
Mission Bay, San Francisco
For most of its life, the Mission Bay and Central Waterfront districts of San Francisco were wholly undeveloped, besides a sparse array of warehouses, factories and shipping yards. Now, Mission Bay is a nationally recognized hotspot of condos, lofts and biotech research facilities. It is truly a neighborhood in the making.
It was established as a redevelopment area by the city of San Francisco in 1998. Catellus (owned by ProLogis) contracted with the city to create a thriving new neighborhood. While this took longer than expected, momentum has brought a flurry of activity, from California’s the Stem Cell Research headquarters to the new UCSF Mission Bay campus. This campus features amenities for the entire neighborhood, like the Mission Bay Bakar Fitness & Recreation Center, which features a kid’s center, climbing wall, library, and even a pub.
There are a few dining and entertainment hot spots in the area, including The
Ramp, Kelly’s Mission
Rock, Project One, Couleur Cafe and SubLounge. However,
Mission Bay and the Central Waterfront are adjacent to Potrero
of Market and South
Beach and all the amenities they possess. At first glance, there doesn’t
appear to be much liveliness on the streets. But look for a new, green
bike path along Mission Creek, the Blue
Greenway path from China Basin to Candlestick Point, and easy access
to the rest of the city via the Third
Street Light Rail, which will most likely increase real
estate property values.
Don’t miss a small but growing neighborhood at the southern end of the area: Dogpatch, located along the 3rd Street corridor, offers history, unique architecture, and a few good culinary destinations, including Yield Wine Bar, Piccino Cafe, Serpentine, Hard Knox Cafe and Just for You Cafe.