Yerba Buena Island, San Francisco


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San Francisco boutique developer, Wilson Minnie, And real estate investment company, Stockbridge Capital Group, We are proud to announce the start of sales at Yerba Buena Island This landmark project gained significant ground over the past year by building 266 residential units, each of which has been planned and designed to match the island’s topography and take advantage of unobstructed views of the San Francisco skyline and the surrounding Bay Area.

Community balcony

For more than two decades, Yerba Buena Island Residences have provided a new standard of living in the Bay Area, integrating nature, wellness and community into the daily life of its residents. Homeowners have unlimited access to 72 acres of parkland and open green spaces, as well as five miles of trails connecting residences, private facilities, parks, and the seaside. Outdoor facilities include Hilltop Park, designed by recipient MacArthur Genius Grant Walter Hood Located at the highest point on the island with 360-degree views of the bay, Clipper Cove – a protected area featuring the island’s sandy beachfront with calm waters for skateboarding and kayaking – and a dog park with off-leash play areas in the center of the island.

The homes on Yerba Buena Island are surrounded by a green oasis, and each housing component displays a distinct architectural vision by award-winning Hart Heuerton, which brings together nature and culture in a unique way.

Courtyard Town Home Outside a Garden


A collection of 124 residences within a six-story apartment block, The Bristol is perched on top of a woodland hill offering panoramic views of the Clipper Cove and the eastern extension of the Bay Bridge. Bristol Features GreenPoint classification Sustainable interior design Edmunds + Lee Architects It is centered around an indoor landscaped courtyard in the open air, providing residents with a park-like environment to gather with neighbors and friends. From studios to three-bedroom residences, The Bristol floor plans are designed with floor-to-ceiling windows to maximize sunlight, views of the bay, and entertainment spaces.

The studios and one-bedroom homes offer ample pool space, with ample access to outside balconies. The two- and three-bedroom homes feature spacious living spaces, as well as master suites with walk-in closets and spa-like bathrooms that feature freestanding bathtubs and Carrara marble vanities. The price of the first housing issue in The Bristol starts at $ 800,000 for studios, from $ 1 million for one bedroom, $ 1.7 million for two bedrooms, and $ 3 million for three bedrooms.

Yerba Buena Island, exterior of the apartments


Townhomes on Yerba Buena Island are single row houses with private entrances and attached garages, designed to follow the natural lines of the island’s hillside slopes. Several residential homes feature elevators, and each features large windows and spacious terraces with panoramic views of the island, the bay, and the city. With interiors Mayer Davis, These spacious three- and four-story residences are envisioned for indoor, outdoor, and entertainment gatherings, and the first issue price of Townhomes starts at $ 3 million.

Courtyard Town Homes

Courtyard Townhomes apartments feature private inner courtyards and are the heart of the house connecting the main residence to the private guest house. Each LEED® certification The residence includes a private entrance, attached garage and multiple private terraces. With direct views of the downtown San Francisco skyline, these residences feature interiors by Meyer Davis, with private courtyards that provide opportunities for rest and relaxation, but are only minutes away from the bustling energy of San Francisco. The first issue of Courtyard Townhomes starts at under $ 5 million.


The apartments offer luxury LEED® certified one-story residences that emphasize indoor and outdoor living. The interior spaces open to expansive private terraces via two- to four-bedroom floor plans of 2,500-4,000 square feet, respectively, with sweeping views of the bay. It features interiors Mayer DavisThe living spaces elegantly show off modern finishes and large windows. The boutique buildings contain no more than 7-9 one-story residences, each serviced by a special elevator that opens directly into the house. The price for the first issue of Flats starts at $ 3.9 million.

Kitchen of penthouse apartments

Signature amenities and designs throughout homes on Yerba Buena Island include gourmet chef kitchens fitted with custom cabinets and natural stone countertops; Floors in wire-polished oak or white oak; Excellent air quality in every home provided by MERV 13 filters; Thoughtfully designed windows and layouts to maximize unmatched views; The ceiling is as high as 11 ‘8’ at the level of the penthouse.

Living room in the yard

Residents of Yerba Buena Island are minutes from downtown San Francisco via the Bay Bridge or the new Treasure Island ferry terminal, which will provide daily commuter service to and from the city. City residents will be provided with amenities with home delivery options and easily accessible services such as grocery, dry cleaning, food delivery, car sharing, healthcare facilities and more, but with space to live comfortably amidst nature with unparalleled views.

Courtyard kitchen

Al Jazeera Club,

Island Club is a private multi-level community gathering place in Yerba Buena, designed by a San Francisco-based company, Ideline Darling Design, A 10,000 square foot oasis to relax and recharge. The club has a weight and cardio room, yoga studio, stretch room, massage room, outdoor pool and hot tub, spa-inspired locker rooms, steam and sauna areas, private dining room, lounge and library, games room, and outdoor fireplace.

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