Mad Views (and Sub-Million-Dollar Prices) Are the Draw at New San Francisco Shipyard Condos

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Imagine how cool you will sound saying, Yeah, I live in Hunter's Point. At the old shipyard. I know, right? Well, here's your chance.


Spearheaded by Lennar Homes, the former San Francisco Shipyard in Bayview-Hunter's Point has been transformed into a 750-acre habitable cool zone with 300 acres of mixed-use public space—including parks, playgrounds, retail, and art installations—and about 12,000 homes, starting at just under $600,000.



Housing is sectioned in three different communities—Alma, Engel, and Thayer—where you can have your choice of two- and three-bedroom town homes (ranging from 1,072 to 1,437 sq. ft.); one- to three-bedroom flats (603 to 1,342 sq. ft.); and, for classicists, Edwardian-inspired homes with one- and two-bedroom floorplans. Many of the properties have private balconies, and rooftop decks offer insane views of the city skyline and the SF Bay.


Lennar Homes also offers an "Everything Included" program that pairs residents with the pro interior designers at Laurel & Wolf, who, at no additional cost, will offer design advice to suit homeowners' individual taste, budget, and needs—perfect for anyone who wants a cool crash pad but lacks the design bug. Hardwood floors, Caesarstone kitchen countertops, upgraded cabinetry, and stainless steel Bosch appliances are a few of the many upscale features that can be added to a Shipyard home.


Home, ahoy!




Here are the details:

Location: 11 Innes Court, San Francisco

Starting Price: $600,000

Bedrooms: 1 to 3

Bathrooms: 1 to 2.5

Living Space: 611 to 1,431 sq. ft.

Year built: 2015

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