High Ceilings and large windows create an illuminated, bright space in which residents of The Glassworks may enjoy their time.
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The Glassworks

The Glassworks

207 King Street

The Glassworks, residing in Mission Bay, is a sumptuous condominium that boasts high ceilings and a stylish design that fits the neighborhood in which it sits. Residents of The Glassworks have access to amenities such as a bamboo garden in a central courtyard, air-conditioning, and secure underground parking. The Glassworks’ close proximity to public transit as well as Oracle Park gives it an appealing factor of granting access to excitement without having to suffer bothersome disturbances. Interior designs of units in the structure speak to an industrial, modern aesthetic that derives its inspiration from the environment around it. These designs include hardwood flooring, exposed concrete walls, and high-end kitchens containing quartz countertops, Viking gas ranges, cabinet space, and pantries. Large windows give way to marvelous city views and the all-suite bedrooms flaunt a high-class standard of living.

Available Units

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2003
  • Developers: Santa Fe Partners
  • 42 Units / 5 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $808 / month

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Neighborhood

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.