- One Mission Bay
- MLS® #: 494662
- 1000 3rd Street #1102
- San Francisco, CA 94158
- 3 Bed, 2½ Bath, 1,827 SqFt
Parks, piers, major employers and plenty to do in terms of shopping, recreation and culture: Mission Bay embodies the contemporary live-work-play lifestyle expected from a world-class city such as San Francisco. The neighborhood is part of the city's larger SoMa area, characterized mainly by the bay, the Bay Bridge and the confluence of most of the metro area's major highways. It's well connected to San Francisco and beyond by ferries, city streets, MUNI rail and Caltrain lines. Additionally, since Highway 101 runs right through the center of SoMa, it's one of the best places in the city for quick access to San Francisco International Airport. (read more about living in Mission Bay)
Below you'll find all the currently available condos for sale in Mission Bay, sorted by price. If you'd like more information about buying or selling a Mission Bay condo, or if you just have questions about the real estate market there please give us a call at 415-707-0508.
One of the major neighborhood features of Mission Bay is the hospital. To call it just a hospital is a misnomer — the UCSF Medical Campus is massive, and it's attached to one of the top medical schools in the world. The various facilities spread over several blocks, from Mariposa to Mission Bay Boulevard between 3rd Street and the highway.
As a result of the hospital's presence, people from around the world come to Mission Bay to study, perform residencies, attend conferences, receive treatment or provide care. There are also various other companies in this area. As such, the neighborhood is a vibrant mix of residential and office space, with facilities and businesses that cater to visitors, office workers, and full-time residents.
People love living in Mission Bay for the convenience of the SoMa area. There's also plenty of local culture up 16th street: the Mission and Castro are two of the most famous San Francisco neighborhoods for nightlife, restaurants and entertainment. For more of a tourist-focused vibe, the Embarcadero begins right north of the neighborhood across the 3rd Street Mission Creek Channel Bridge. Of course, like the entire San Francisco area, competition for housing in Mission Bay is intense. Contact one of our neighborhood experts for a list of current property listings that meet your requirements.