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The Infinity

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Full-service luxury & excellent amenities just steps from the Embarcadero

The Watermark

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Spectacular bay views and luxury finishes attract residents to the fine homes at The Watermark.

The BridgeView

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A full service building near the Bay Bridge and Embarcadero

301 Bryant

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An architecturally notable building, within walking distance to many South Beach destinations

The Metropolitan

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Amenities include an indoor pool, screening room, and attended front desk at this 2004 development

One Rincon Hill

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This full-service 60 story luxury building offers amazing views with a full complement of building services and amenities.

The Portside

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The white stucco, rounded corners, and glass blocks of The Portside create a distinct architectural feel at this South Beach building.

The Brannan

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Christian Liaigre designed the public spaces in these three full-service luxury condominium towers in sunny South Beach.

What’s for Sale in South Beach:


 

The South Beach of today is a far cry from the South Beach of 25 years ago. Up until that time, the area was home to storage yards, warehouses and crumbling piers. Today, it has been transformed into one of the most sought-out neighborhoods in the San Francisco bay area.

There are many desirable luxury condos springing up around the South Beach neighborhood that are quickly filling with new residents. It is centrally located, making it close to everything you could need including access to public transportation. The South Beach neighborhood is close to the area’s largest job centers in South of Market (SOMA), Mission Bay and the Financial District. It is also home to AT&T Park, home field of the San Francisco Giants.

Residents can be assured that all of their needs will be met within the neighborhood. From shopping at The Metreon to buying groceries at the Safeway, browsing bookstores and having coffee at any of the many cafes, the neighborhood has all that you need. Dining options include neighborhood haunts like Tres Agaves, Jack Falstaff and 21st Amendment. For a relaxing day at the museum, you can pay a visit to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA).

South Beach is an eclectic mix of modern condominiums and historic lofts that people call home.

The uniquely designed South Park was once a fashionable residential community that was surrounded by mansions until it was destroyed in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Today, more than 100 years later, the area has revamped itself, drawing in the tech savvy crowd throughout the dot com boom.


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