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Mission Bay

About Mission Bay

​​Mission Bay is a vibrant and growing waterfront neighborhood home to many tech companies, startups, and biotech firms. The neighborhood is also home to the Chase Center, Mission Creek Park, various restaurants, coffee shops, and other local businesses. The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) is located in Mission Bay, and the Muni Metro T Third Street line serves the neighborhood.

Mission Bay Living

Living in Mission Bay can offer many benefits, such as proximity to amenities, recreational activities, public transportation, and a vibrant community with many new developments and businesses. Additionally, Mission Bay is known for its beautiful waterfront views, parks, and bike paths. It is close to other desirable neighborhoods in San Francisco, such as South of Market and the Financial District. There are many things to do in Mission Bay. Some popular activities include:

  • Enjoying the outdoors: Mission Bay offers many parks and open spaces, such as Mission Creek Park, which includes a playground, dog run, and picnic areas, and the Mission Bay Greenway, a network of walkways and bike paths along the waterfront.

  • Dining and nightlife: Mission Bay is home to many restaurants, bars, and clubs, making it a great place to go out for a night on the town

  • Shopping: The Mission Bay neighborhood is home to a number of shops, including the Mission Bay Farmers Market, where you can find fresh produce, baked goods, and handmade crafts

  • Sports: Mission Bay is home to the Chase Center, which is home to the Golden State Warriors basketball team and also hosts concerts and events 

  • Biotechnology: Mission Bay is a hub for Biotechnology research and development, with many companies and research institutions located in the area 

The Walk Score for the neighborhood is 87. The transit Score is 83, and the Bike score is 93. The Livability Score in the area is 72 out of 100, and crime rates are 5% higher than the San Francisco average. The cost of Living is 19% lower, and real estate prices are 39% lower than the San Francisco average.

Buildings in Mission Bay