It's a neighborhood in demand for it's proximity to major highways, public transportation, walkability, shops and restaurants. With the advent of the Central Subway and Warriors Stadium the interest level and prices will continue there upward trajectory.
The recent acquisition of 188 Embarcadero by Google is another indication of how prized this area is to investment.
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In fact, Los Angeles-based Primo Hospitality Group is moving ahead with a 7,500-square-foot cafe and marketplace in Channel Mission Bay, a 315-unit apartment community being built at the corner of Channel and Fourth Street. They are a luxury rental property.
The newest and most exciting condominium complexes in my opinion would be The Madrone and Arden by Bosa. Arden still have some 2 Bedrooms available for sale.
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Mission Bay doesn't seem to be overpriced when compared to other parts of the city. I'd say it's definitely a good place to invest. As more and more condo buildings pop up in the area, home values will likely continue to rise in the next few years.
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