Yerba Buena Island Unveils a Collection of Luxury Townhomes in San Francisco

The exclusive collection of single-family homes span two- to four-bedroom layouts with stunning Bay views.

If you frequent San Francisco’s Bay Bridge, you may already be familiar with one of the city’s most important redevelopments in history.

In 2011, Yerba Buena Island, the land mass that the bridge touches down on as it crosses San Francisco Bay, was announced to undergo a 20-year development that would create two new residential neighborhoods with room for up to 8,000 residents, Mercury News reports. Following evictions in 2015, names like Wilson Meany and Stockbridge Capital Group joined forces to develop the island enclave, which saw the launch of The Bristol condominium in 2023. Now, new images of The Townhomes within The Cove Residences have been revealed, with calming views of the bay and all the ingredients for sustainable living.

The architecture firm Hart Howerton created the exclusive collection of 12 single-family townhomes, which were designed as a nod to a classic San Francisco row home.

What makes the townhouses unique is that each build features integrated solar panels for prioritizing your well-being as well as preserving the island’s natural landscape. The residences range from 1,956 to 4,034 square feet, with two- to four-bedroom layouts and interior concepts by Meyer Davis, plus a host of posh amenities.

Each townhome has a distinct private entrance, a gourmet chef’s kitchen, and spa-style bathrooms. Select homes feature elevators with private rooftop access, double-height great rooms, and lead gray-honed marble fireplaces. A private outdoor space also comes with each home, offering views of east-facing gardens along with the island’s sun-soaked vistas.

Sales for The Townhomes at Yerba Buena Island are now open, with prices starting at $2.85 million.

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