The first phase of pricing for new homes that will transform Yerba Buena Island—in the middle of San Francisco Bay—was released Wednesday.
The Bristol, a five-story building, is set for move-in in 2021 with 124 condominiums ranging in price from $800,000 for a studio to $3 million for a four-bedroom residence. There are one-bedroom condos going for $1 million and two-bedroom condos going for $1.7 million. Residents have views of the Bay Bridge and nearby hillsides.
Parking at The Bristol will be sold separately.
All residents will have access to a 14,000-square-foot private club and a rooftop terrace. The Island Club will also offer a swimming pool, fitness center and spa.
Around The Bristol, there are also 72 acres of park, five miles of walking and hiking trails and a calm-water beach.
“Residents will have the opportunity to enjoy an inspiring and uniquely authentic San Francisco lifestyle, with engaging amenities, incredible views and access to some of the city’s most spectacular natural surroundings,” Chris Meany, partner with developer Wilson Meany, said in a news release.
Wilson Meany is building a total of 266 homes on hilly Yerba Buena Island, which sits next to flat Treasure Island.
Yerba Buena Island is natural, while Treasure Island is man-made. The Yerba Buena Tunnel runs through the center of Yerba Buena Island and connects the western and eastern spans of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge.
“The Bristol represents the first phase of the complete collection of 266 homes being built at Yerba Buena Island, which also includes flats, townhomes and custom estate homesites,” according to a news release from Wilson Meany.
The Bristol’s modern residences were designed by Hart Howerton with interiors by Edmonds + Lee Architects. The design utilizes stone, plaster, metal and painted brick. The exteriors are light-colored to blend in with the island’s natural beauty.
Sales open this spring, according to the news release.
The new development is part of the city’s plan to remake Treasure Island as a dense hub of new housing, according to SF Curbed.
For shopping and dining, new Yerba Buena Island residents will need to head into the city or over to neighboring Treasure Island, which is projected to have 140,000 square feet of retail and commercial space, according to Forbes.