Mission Bay, one of the trendiest up-and-coming places to live in SF today, was created in 1998 by the SF Board of Supervisors as a redevelopment project. Much of its land used to be a rail yard of the Southern Pacific Railroad Company. It is bound by Townsend St on the north, 3rd St along with San Francisco Bay on the east, Mariposa St on the south and 7th St along with I-280 on the west.
The Vibe: Mission Bay has rapidly evolved and is still evolving into an affluent neighborhood. Luxury condominiums are a staple. Bayside homes with city and bay views provide an amazing backdrop to this real estate gold.
Accessibility: Light rail muni and bus lines going various directions route through here. The BART and Caltrain stations are also not too far. Owning a car is viable as the neighborhood has tons of hourly parking and the luxurious apartment complexes more often than not has their own parking lots.
Commercial: High-end restaurants and retail stores line up this neighborhood along with biotechnology research and development office buildings.
Rebecca’s Take: It is up-and-coming but that doesn’t mean it’s not ready. Recommended for empty nesters, professionals and small families. You’ll love the views as well as the accessibility.
Notables: University of California San Francisco Research Campus, SF Public Library, California Institute of Regenerative Medicine
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