- Cats OK
- Dogs OK
- Exercise Room
- Fitness Center
- Gas appliances
- Heated Pool
- Nearest Rail Station: Embarcadero
- Outdoor Kitchen / BBQ
- Outdoor Lounge
- Rentals Allowed
- Roof Deck
- Spa / Hot Tub
- Street Level Retail
- W/D connections
Enjoy waterfront condo living at Bridgeview San Francisco, an upscale residential building located just three blocks away from San Francisco’s southern waterfront. Built in 2002, Bridgeview is one of the original condo buildings in South Beach.
This residential enclave stands among other low-rise communities on Beale Street with Rincon Hill’s high-rise residential towers to the west and north. To the east is the San Francisco Bay: walk less than a block towards Bryant street to the nearby unobstructed Embarcadero for direct waterfront access and ground level views of the Bay Bridge. The tree-lined streets, Bay Bridge overpasses and the nearby concrete piers make for a very cool urban setting that marries architecture, design, industry and maritime history.
The Views at Bridgeview San Francisco
Bridgeview is a 26-story residential tower with 245 upscale condos. Views from the units vary depending on which direction they face. Units facing west have views of Rincon Hill and Twin Peaks. North side units face the Downtown skyline. Units on the east side of the building face the Bay. South-facing units have Bay Bridge and water views. Depending on the floor and placement, units directly facing the Bay have excellent views of the Bay Bridge from floor-to-ceiling windows.
Bridgeview San Francisco and The East Cut
With new neighborhood amenities popping up everyday for the residents of South Beach, Rincon Hill and the Transbay district, the city has decided to rename the neighborhood, The East Cut. Bridgeview is right on the cusp of sophisticated South Beach living and sleek Downtown high-rise living, truly representing The East Cut neighborhood. With that said, you get the best of both worlds at Bridgeview. Walk just 1 block north and you are surrounded by skyscrapers. Head south and you’ll encounter recreational areas by the waterfront. There is even a dog park just south toward the end of Beale Street. The whole vicinity is dotted with cafes, upscale restaurants and waterfront bars. Plus, walk to ATT Park, The Ferry Building, Union Square shopping – it’s an awesome urban location.
- ID: 3789
- Published: November 8, 2018
- Last Update: February 27, 2019
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