420 Mission Bay Blvd., 480 Mission Bay Blvd., & 435 China Basin St.
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Quick Facts about The Madrone
- Year Built: 2011
- Number of homes: About 330 homes
- Parking Type: Self parking, most homes have one parking spot.
- Home Sizes: From one to two bedrooms, most residences are two bedroom, two bathroom homes. There are two three bedroom penthouse homes.
- Pets: Allowed, restrictions based on number, size, and type.
- Amenities: Attended lobbies, open-air sundeck with 75-foot pool, outdoor spa, landscaped gardens on 3rd floor, outdoor grill and dining area, resident lounge and game room with kitchen, screening room, fitness studio with steam room and sauna, business center, separate storage spaces.
- Air Conditioning in the homes: Yes
- Mission Bay Community Fees: Yes
The Madrone SF is the second development by Bosa in San Francisco. Bosa has a solid reputation for building condominium homes across North America, with most of their developments located in San Diego, CA and Vancouver, Canada.
The Madrone SF is a large building, with two 16 story towers connected by a nine story mid-rise building in a u-shape. Most of the condo floor plans have the home on one floor, but there are several townhouse floor plans located throughout the building.
As originally built and sold by the developer, the interiors featured either oak or maple hardwood flooring in the living spaces with carpet by Beaulieu in the bedrooms, solid core doors and a full-size stacked washer/dryer. The kitchens in The Madrone were originally delivered with CeaserStone countertops, Bosch 300 series stainless steel gas cook tops and overs, Bosch 300 series dishwashers, Thermador refrigerators and polished chrome Kohler fixtures.
The Madrone is immediately to the west of The Radiance, which was San Francisco’s first Bosa-built development. The buildings share many architectural details in common, but are separate legal entities and do not have reciprocal access to HOA facilities. The homes along the south side of The Madrone face the Mission Bay Commons Park, just one small part of the 49 acres of open space in the Mission Bay neighborhood.