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LUXE Interiors + Design San Francisco: Blueprint – Yerba Buena Island
Lovers of high style in search of peaceful island living are in luck. More than two decades in the making, Yerba Buena Island—a neighborhood of timeless residences developed by Wilson Meany—has launched sales. The homes at Yerba Buena Island, designed by architecture firm Hart Howerton, offer high ceilings, generous natural light and gourmet chef’s kitchens. Home buyers have a variety of residence options from which to choose: The Bristol, a hilltop six-story condominium building; The Townhomes, spacious hillside single-family row houses; and The Flats, single-floor residences in boutique luxury buildings. No matter which option they choose though, residents can explore five miles of hiking and biking trails, enjoy 72 acres of green space and take in sweeping bay views, just outside their doors.
KGO-TV (ABC): Mayor London Breed Visits Yerba Buena Island
San Francisco Mayor London Breed and city officials toured Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island on Wednesday where a transformational new neighborhood is taking shape on the site of the former naval base. Mayor Breed and city officials traveled across the Bay by ferry on what will be new regular service between the San Francisco Ferry Building and Treasure Island come January. The two decades in the making project on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island has seen massive strides recently in housing, transportation and infrastructure development. "It's amazing to see what this place is going to become for people and how this place is really going to begin to come alive again," said Mayor Breed. The Treasure Island Ferry Terminal was just completed this summer. At build-out, Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island will boast stores, restaurants, offices and 300 acres of new parks.
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San Francisco Business Times: SFBT Tuesday Digest: Homes break ground on Yerba Buena; S.F. rents stay flat
San Francisco real estate investment firm Stockbridge Capital Group and developer Wilson Meany have announced the start of construction on The Townhomes and The Flats at Yerba Buena Island, a collection of 31 residences ranging from 2,100 to 4,200 square feet. The groundbreaking comes as nearby construction on The Bristol, a six-story condominium building comprising 124 modern residences, nears completion with move-ins starting in early 2022.
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The Registry: Yerba Buena Island Breaks Ground on The Townhomes and The Flats
Boutique San Francisco developer, Wilson Meany, and real estate investment firm, Stockbridge Capital Group, are pleased to announce the start of construction on The Townhomes and The Flats at Yerba Buena Island. Yerba Buena Island is a naturally formed island, which is a part of the City of San Francisco, nestled in a remarkably distinct setting beside the Bay Bridge.
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San Francisco Open Studios at Your Doorstep:
From museums and galleries to architecture and fashion, art is part of the fabric of San Francisco life. And for art enthusiasts, Yerba Buena Island is a haven, offering a rich, vibrant art scene and an incredible vantage point of the city’s creative pulse.

With modern conveniences and a classic style, the Yerba Buena Island collection of 266 homes give its residents the chance to live the San Francisco lifestyle with superb design and jaw-dropping views of the bay and the city skyline—plus, easy access to the city’s artistic side.

With just a quick trip to Downtown, these new San Francisco condos are the perfect jumping-off point for engaging in the city's vibrant art scene—whether it be enjoying the Hiroshi Sugimoto-designed Point of Infinity at Hilltop Park or appreciating one of the city's yearly artistic highlights: ArtSpan's Open Studios.

Open Studios empowers local artists to showcase their work to the community, and it might just be the perfect place to pick up a piece for your own Yerba Buena Island home gallery. This annual event began more than 46 years ago when a group of Bay Area artists designated one weekend to open their galleries to the public. Today, this city-wide event draws more than 800 artists and over 100,000 visitors. From September 16 through October 17, serious collectors and the culturally curious can mingle with artists in their spaces (with proper health protocols in place).

Open Studios includes artists working in all mediums, including painting, printmaking, photography, installations, and wearable works. So, no matter what your tastes and style, there's bound to be at least a few pieces that pique your interest over the course of the four weeks.

Some previous highlights included Afatasi The Artist's surreal and colorful mixed media pieces, dreamy landscape paintings by Reza Alhosseini, and the classic-looking but quirky sculpture of Natasha Dikareva.

If a month of experiencing the art and creativity of the area isn't enough for you, the festivities continue on. The work of 400 local artists will be displayed in the SFOS Exhibition at the SOMArts Cultural Center on October 21 through November 21.

To stay close to the heartbeat of the city’s art scene, contact our team today to inquire about San Francisco’s timeless condos at Yerba Buena Island.
The Soaring Sights of San Francisco’s Annual Fleet Week:
For the past four decades, Bay Area residents have come together to enjoy a much-loved tradition during the first week of every October: Fleet Week. This event on Fisherman’s Wharf honors the contributions of members of the U.S. Armed Forces and residents of the Yerba Buena Island homes will be perfectly positioned to take in the festivities. Situated just a few minutes from Downtown San Francisco, residents will have the option to view the event up close in the thick of Fleet Week action—or, for those who prefer to keep a distance from the crowds, the sights can be enjoyed from the breathtaking vantage point of Yerba Buena Island itself.

This year’s Fleet Week runs from October 3-11 and offers events such as ship tours, live music, and air shows. Perhaps the marquee event of Fleet Week is the U.S. Navy Blue Angels’ Air Show—the only fully choreographed air show in the country performed with a commercial airliner, the United 777. The show also features the Blue Angels’ F-18 Super Hornet, action from the U.S. Air Force F-16 Viper Demo Team, and the Red Bull Air Force Wingsuit Skydivers, among others.

For activities on the water, step aboard U.S. Navy amphibious destroyers and cruisers for tours. And, on the morning of October 8, view the Parade of Ships on full display along the San Francisco waterfront—the largest parade of its kind on the West Coast. The fleet will enter the bay under the Golden Gate Bridge and sail to the Bay Bridge past the reviewing stand at the Marina Green. It’s hard to miss, as the San Francisco Fire Department’s fireboat leads the way, shooting jets of water into the air to celebrate the Fleet’s arrival.

After witnessing the dazzling displays in the air and on the water, head over to the 2nd Annual Fleet Fest at Pier 30/32 from October 8-10. This free outdoor event, which is expected to attract over 10,000 local visitors and service members, offers family-friendly entertainment with food vendors and music, including the Heroes Concert in honor of first responders and members of the military.

For a unique and luxurious perspective on the events, residents of Yerba Buena Island’s new San Francisco condos can opt to book a private yacht to take in the sights. All-inclusive cruises during specific Fleet Week festivities, such as the Air Show, are available through the Red and White Fleet cruise line.

Whether Yerba Buena Island residents take a quick ferry into San Francisco for an outdoor concert or enjoy a bay cruise while watching thrilling aerial acrobatics above, they’ll be taking part in a time-honored Bay Area tradition.