Mission Bay is a shining example of modern architecture and city living. The neighborhood contains the Pier, which boasts assortments of shops, cafes, plenty of restaurants, and a few bars. If you're going to Mission Bay keep in mind that the crowds during the day can be overwhelming. With its easy access to AT&T Park along its northeastern border, the area also attracts sports fans.
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Quick Facts

  • Current Prices:$872,000 to $2,425,000
  • Closed Prices:$157,565 to $2,300,000
  • Median Sale Price:$1,166,940
  • Average $ per sq ft:$1163
  • Association Fee Ranges:$438.42 to $1026,$400 to $1002/mo
(based on data from the last 12 months)
  • Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
  • Age:1907 to 2018
  • Sq. Ft.:1 to 4,800Sq. Ft.
  • Bedrooms:0 to 6Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms:1 to 5Bathrooms
  • Lot Sizes: - 4 acres


This community has numerous amenities available for residents to enjoy.


Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.

Where to Live

Southwest side of the neighborhood near Channel Street, the reservoir side is a very popular section among young professionals in the tech industry as well as a few lifelong San Francisco natives. As a big center for commerce and tourism, droves of people from all over the world come flocking to the neighborhood on sunny days. While on the opposite side near a section called China Basin, there are more casual vibes boasting mostly locals, a few cafes, and grocery stores.

Where to Eat

Frequent tourism and an abundance of high-class residents have created an ecosystem of delicious concoctions from around the world. Down at the Pier you can find five-star French cuisine, the freshest seafood, gourmet burgers, and much more. Culinary selections grow even more down King Street and the closer you get to AT&T Park.

What You'll See

The southwestern side of the neighborhood is what you would expect of a tourist-centric area. There are a plethora of gift shops, people taking pictures of various statues, and the fog that occasionally rolls in from the bay. In the more residential parts of the neighborhood, you'll find more franchise coffee shops and tech employees than artists and locally-owned cafes that you would find in other places.

Friday Night Fun

Mission Bay has its fare share of cool and relaxing lounges to drink an assortment of interesting cocktails near China Basin Street. However, the neighborhood isn't really a place for a rip roaring night of drinking and partying, but it is one of the best places to catch a show in any form. Between Market and Harrison Streets you can find live music, theatrical plays, musicals, as well as movie theaters with special showings of classic movies.

The Perfect Sunday

Besides the few stragglers of tourists, Sunday's at the Pier are much better for casual walks than any other days of the week. The crowds have all thinned out and you can really get some fantastic views of the Bay when it's sunny. Sunday's are also a great time to check out some of the paintings and sculptures designed by local artists that can be found in fun pop-up studios along the main drag of 3rd Street.

Locals Love

The Pier • Dining options • Close to AT&T Park.

Locals Don't Love

Limited night life • Constant construction.


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