Sunny Mission Bay has been transformed into an ultra-modern city-within-a-city. When the University of California, San Francisco moved its research campus to Mission Bay, biotech and tech companies soon followed.

The Neighborhood

Mission Bay lies just across Mission Creek from the San Francisco Giants baseball stadium, with its lively foot traffic, clubs and cafes. Formerly a salt marsh and lagoon, this redeveloped neighborhood has blossomed into a lively mixed commercial area filled with bio-tech companies, hospitals, and high-rise luxury condominiums. As a gentle reminder of the area’s past, more than 20 colorfully painted houseboats are moored in Mission Creek.

What To Expect

With good access to public transportation and entertainment, Mission Bay appeals to both singles and empty-nesters. It’s easy to commute anywhere from Mission Bay. Residents can arrive to jobs downtown by bicycling or walking along the waterfront, or taking Muni.


Mission Bay’s close proximity to the waterfront offers easy access to the outdoors. Residents can walk, run or bicycle along the bay all the way to the Golden Gate Bridge. The nearby Ferry Building, with its farmers’ market, locally sourced eateries, and unique food purveyors, is a scenic streetcar ride or short walk.

The Market

Mission Bays’ current and planned architecture is ultra modern, including luxurious condos, and avant-garde urban parks and public places. Many condos have spectacular views of the bay.

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The Vibe

Art & Culture

Easy access to world-renowned museums, such as SFMOMA, eclectic art galleries, and AT&T Park make Mission Bay a cultural hub.

Food & Nightlife

Some of the best restaurants in San Francisco are located nearby, along with cheap eats and food trucks. More relaxed eateries can be found closer to AT&T Park. Waterfront restaurants include Mission Rock Resort with outdoor dining on the bay, and The Ramp, with live Salsa and Brazilian music.