Wood-plank flooring, large windows, and a natural color palette work together in homes of the Radiance to create a refreshing, breathable atmosphere.


325 China Basin St

The Radiance is a luxury condominium located in Mission Bay. This waterfront home is a marvelous spot, with unimpeded views of the bay, numerous amenities, and lovely residences. When it comes to amenities, residents of the Radiance have access to features such as a massive rooftop terrace with landscaping, barbecue areas, lounge seating, and fire pits. In the interior, residents may utilize a club lounge with a gourmet kitchen and flat screen television, a fitness center, secure parking, and individual storage rooms. The structure holds 99 residences and offers one-bedroom and two-bedroom condominiums. With a camera security system that runs 24-hours a day, seven days a week, residents can feel safe and secure in their new home.


Landscaped Courtyard
Security System
On-site storage
Balconies (select residences)
Secure Parking
Roof Terrace with fire pits and lounge seating
Gourmet Kitchen and Dining Room
Fitness Center

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2008
  • Developers: Bosa Development Corporation
  • 99 Units / 9 Floors

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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. 

The Walk Score for the neighborhood is 87. Transit Score is 83 and 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. Cost of Living is 19% lower and real estate prices are 39% lower than the San Francisco average. 

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.