The first renderings of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Island have been released to the public. The community being constructed on the naturally-formed landmass will feature 266 condos, including condos, single-family houses and townhouses, surrounded by 72 acres of park space, five miles of trails and a beach. Sales are expected to launch in early 2020, with move-ins slated for 2021.
The project is being developed by Stockbridge Capital Group and Wilson Meany, with Hart Howerton and BDE Architecture Inc. on its design team, among others. CMG Landscape Architecture and Hood Design Studio are handling the exteriors.
“Yerba Buena Island is a unique place – a spectacular wooded island in the middle of the San Francisco Bay,” Chris Meany, partner at Wilson Meany, said. The condos will offer luxurious sizes with a minimal environmental footprint and, he added, “one of the best views in the world.”