One Mission Bay
110 Channel St, San Francisco, CA 94158
With views of Oracle Park and the Bay, One Mission Bay is an ideal living location for many. The residences provide a sophisticated yet blank canvas that establishes opportunities for personalization and expression. Interiors of One Mission Bay are decorated with premium finishes, natural materials, and high-contrast accents that come together to create a sense of character and liveliness. Each unit boasts elegance and class with Domus & Domus cabinetry with under-cabinet LED lighting, as well as Vdara quartz countertops in the kitchens. In addition to the high-end countertop and cabinetry designs, kitchens are also equipped with a five-burner 30-inch gas cooktop, single oven with LCD controls, refrigerator and freezer that are integrated and cabinetry matched, and Kohler plumbing fixtures. Set with air conditioning and heating, homes in One Mission Bay offer peak comfort paired with sumptuous appearance.
Aside from the luxurious residences, One Mission Bay also offers numerous activities and services for those who make it their home. From the fitness center and sauna to the heated outdoor pool and poolside cabanas, there is plenty of entertainment for residents of the building. For those looking to have fun with friends and family, the location has a resident lounge, outdoor terrace with a firepit, game room, private dining room, and chef’s catering kitchen. Other amenities available include a dog wash, business center and library, and guest suite. From the designs of the homes to the provision of amenities, One Mission Bay boasts resident satisfaction and enjoyment.
|Unit type||Price range||Sq ft|
|Beds 2 | Baths 2||$1,648,000||1,101 ft|
|Beds 1 | Baths 1||$1,049,000||757 ft – 835 ft|
|Beds 3 | Baths 2||$2,900,000||1,827 ft|
Details & Fees
- Built in 2018
- Developers: SIM Group and Strada
- 351 Units / 16 Floors
- Average HOA Fees: $835 – $1,155 / month
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Mission Bay is a waterfront neighborhood that is home to the Chase Center – the new Warriors’ Stadium – as well as Genentech Hall and Mission Creek Park. Much of the neighborhood is spanned by the University of California San Francisco, along with various outdoor parks and hangouts. Other attractions in Mission Bay include the All is Well Bell, Mission Rock, Pier 48, and the Warriors’ Shop. Originally, Mission Bay was shallow marsh land, and was thus called “False Bay” by Spanish explorers. In the late 1800s, Mission Bay was filled with rocks and dirt, turned into an industrialized zone throughout the 20th century. Now the neighborhood becomes increasingly popular for suburban trends as it continues to develop.