The Radiance at Mission bay is raising the standards of waterfront living in San Francisco. Starting from the $500’s with views of the San Francisco Bay, Bay Bridge, and Downtown San Francisco, this development has exceeded even the expectations of Bosa. Model units are now open.
Expert real estate developer Nat Bosa believes the market is set to rebound soon. “Yes, we reduced prices, but this is a unique window of opportunity for buyers, and we have always been realistic in our pricing structure,” Bosa is quoted as saying in the San Francisco business times in regards to Radiance at Mission Bay.
San Francisco Condos will be amongst the first reawaken once the financial markets stabilize, and with the new stimulus package could be sooner than later.
The market is already showing slight signs of a recovery and according to Bosa; the prices will adjust with the market.
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New Condos Online is happy to announce the featured listing The Residences at Jackson Square in San Francisco. If you’ve ever travelled to San Francisco and had the pleasure of taking in the sites at Fisherman’s warf, Coit Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge or China Town, you’ll know that almost everywhere that you turn you will find cool niches and historic developments, full of character that are being redesigned to suit a modern and luxurious lifestyle. The San Francisco condo market is seeing a resurgence in activity in recent months, which can be attributed to the renovation and modernization of these great, cultured areas.
The Jackson Square is located where North Beach, China Town, downtown and the Financial District all meet. In the shadow of the Transamerica Pyramid, quiet, tree-lined streets and quaint alleyways along Montgomery, Jackson, and Pacific Streets offer wonderful walks past historic buildings, exclusive retailers and restaurants. A block east of the building is the the heart of lively China Town or the European flair of North Beach. A quick walk west to the waterfront offers up a relaxing trip to the newly renovated Ferry Building for the Farmer’s Market and a stroll on the Embarcadero. Walking a block south puts you in the Financial District at the nerve center of the West Coast economy. The Jackson Square is positioned for capturing the best of San Francisco, whatever you desire.
If I could own property anywhere in the world, San Francisco would be my home base and I’d travel the world and come home to rest in one of the most beautiful and picturesque city’s in the U.S.