Thanks for the inquiry and questions about the Portobello community. This is a very large collection of condominiums originally built in the 1970's as apartments, and converted to condominiums in the 1980's. Most of the units remain in the original converted condition and appearance, offering mostly dated, carpet filled very cookie cutter options in a variety of sizes. Typical sales prices are much lower in this community, but the HOA dues are extremely high-even higher than the luxury and full service buildings in the Jack London Square area. The community IS adjacent to the Estuary, with some units offering fantastic location, views and vantage points from the balconies and common areas. Community swimming pools, club house areas, etc. are on the property-which is laid out in a confusing manner; but does have a somewhat park-like setting. The water-front units are the main selling feature of the community. Investor pricing, for sure; but leasing within the condo regulations is already exceeded. If you were actually inquiring about the listing that you were on, the lease available in the Fourth Street Lofts; please let me know. I can provide you with photos, floor-plans, etc. This is a fantastic Warehouse Loft conversion building, with the most popular restaurant in the area, underground parking, secure elevator building with some of the largest loft spaces in Jack London Square. The building is registered with the National Historical Registry, and is still home to MANY of the original 1991 owners! Please feel free to contact me with any of your Jack London Square questions or needs; I have had an office on the same block in Jack London Square for over 10 years, and have all the information you need for any of the community buildings-especially lofts!