One Mission Bay

The Building

One Mission Bay will have 350 residences in two buildings. The 15-story building is referred to as The Tower building. The six-story building is referred to as The Park building. The east-facing side will see the AT&T ballpark.
Developer: CIM Group/Strada Investment Group
Architect: Arquitectonica Landscape: CMG
Interiors: II by IV Design

Amenities

Amenities include attended lobby and property management, a heated outdoor pool with poolside cabanas, outdoor courtyard and resident lounge, private dining rooms, chef’s catering kitchen, fitness center and sauna, private meeting rooms, business center and library, guest suite, adjacent hotel and restaurant, and ground floor signature retail spaces.  Limited storage is available with cost; also bike storage is available.

Parking
Parking is available except for a few studios.
Requirements
Pre-approval required, and Realtor required for showing appointments. For appointments, 
call (415) 735-5867.
Average HOA Fees
$710 – $1,100/month
Price Range
HOA $600-800/mo. Studios from $600k. 1-Bed from $800k. 2-Bed from $1M. 3-Beds from $1.5M. Penthouse 3-Beds from $3M. Contact us for the most recent release prices.
Units
350 units range from studios, 1-bed, 1-bed+den, 2-bed, 2-bed+den, 3-bed, and 3-bed+den.
Availability
As of February 2021, there are 5 active listings – studio, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom units. Prices ranging from $825,000 to $2,998,000.
Location

1000 3rd Street/110 Channel St.

San Francisco, CA 94158

Neighborhood
Mission Bay
Current Status
Number of Homes: 350
In Contract: 19
Closed: 328
Available: 3

Mission Bay

Mission Bay is one of San Francisco’s newest neighborhoods. Many tech-centric residents live here. There are many modern condominiums located along a vast coastline. Situated close to Oracle Park, it is home to wide streets and empty lots that are just waiting for someone to come along and shape them. However, those empty lots are filling fast, making this the perfect time to step in and make your mark on this neighborhood. Stroll the Bay Trail, scale the walls at Mission rock, float in a kayak waiting for a home run at McCovey Cove and satisfy your hunger at one of the many restaurants and breweries. Thanks to public transit, it is easy to traverse the city from here.
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