The Yerba Buena Island lifestyle represents what drew so many to San Francisco in the first place—quality of life, surrounding nature, and creative culture. The community takes a comprehensive and holistic approach to wellness, incorporating physical, mental, nutritional, and environmental well-being into everyday life.
The Island Club is a private, multi-story community gathering place designed by Aidlin Darling Design. The 10,000-square-
foot club provides a place to relax and recharge on your own or with neighbors and friends. Interiors capture views of the
pool, Hilltop Park, San Francisco skyline, and Golden Gate Bridge.
Weight & Cardio Room
Outdoor Pool & Hot Tub
Spa-Inspired Locker Rooms
Private Dining Room (with Catering Prep Kitchen)
Great Room with Lounge and Bar
All residents of the Yerba Buena Island community enjoy access to the common areas at The Bristol, including the central,
south-facing garden courtyard and open-air lobby lounge.
The new Treasure Island-Yerba Buena Island ferry terminal offers frequent trips to the San Francisco
Ferry Building. Accessing the city’s most acclaimed culinary destination has never been easier.
The ferry service runs 7-days a week; weekday hours of operation are 6:30 AM to 9:30 PM and
weekend hours are 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM. In addition to the ferry, Yerba Buena Island is just
a brief ride away from the city via the Bay Bridge.
As a naturally-formed island in the middle of San Francisco Bay, the rugged terrain and unique
topography of Yerba Buena Island create unparalleled natural settings for daily well-being.
To complement the timeless homes, 72 acres of parks and open green spaces will be rejuvenated to
offer a truly verdant oasis for residents and visitors.
Five miles of trails connect the community, private amenities, parks, and beachfront. The trails range
from paved walkways and hillside stairs to tree-lined paths, offering a variety of experiences and
vistas. The trails also connect the extensive 500-mile San Francisco Bay Trail network, which winds
through nine counties, 47 cities, and the East Bay.