In response to tremendous interest, boutique developer Wilson Meany and real estate investment firm Stockbridge Capital Group have unveiled the first phase of pricing for homes on Yerba Buena Island, the landmark residential community underway in the heart of the San Francisco Bay. First to market is The Bristol, a five-story condominium building comprising 124 modern residences designed by Hart Howerton with interiors by Edmonds + Lee Architects. With sales beginning this spring and move-ins anticipated for mid-2021, Yerba Buena Island offers residents access to a private clubhouse, 72 acres of parks, miles of walking, hiking and biking trails, and a sandy, calm-water beach, all amidst the stunning setting of a naturally formed island. The first release of residences at The Bristol are priced starting from the low $800,000s for studios, from the low $1 millions for one-bedrooms, from the low $1.7 millions for two-bedrooms, and from the low $3 millions for three-bedrooms.

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. The landmark project, two decades in the making, is a part of the adjacent Treasure Island master plan, encompassing residences, schools, hotels, retail and commercial, entertainment venues, a vibrant art scene, an unprecedented 300 acres of open space and parks, and a ferry terminal.

“We are proud to reach this milestone for Yerba Buena Island as we begin our strategic marketing campaign and release pricing on The Bristol’s well-appointed condominiums,” said Chris Meany, Partner at Wilson Meany. “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.”

The Bristol building is curved and centered around an open-air courtyard and community gathering space to encourage connectivity with neighbors and friends. An array of common areas are found throughout the building, including a fitness studio, a dedicated children’s room, and a rooftop terrace. The Bristol residences are designed to maximize light, with sweeping views of the eastern span of the Bay Bridge and surrounding hillsides, entertaining spaces, and balconies in select homes. Penthouse residences on the fifth floor of The Bristol boast far-reaching multi-directional views, captured from bay windows and private balconies in select residences. Design features and material highlights include gourmet kitchens with custom Italian Arclinea cabinetry, Miele stainless-steel appliances, white oak plank flooring, quartz and marble surfaces, floor-toceiling windows, spa-style baths and large closets.

“The Bristol homebuyers will be the first to experience San Francisco’s most extraordinary and distinctive new coastal community,” said Andy Ardila, Managing Director at The Agency Development Group, which oversees the sales and marketing of Yerba Buena Island. “It marks a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a part of a Bay Area icon.”

A Sales Gallery will open in spring 2020 at 724 Battery Street in San Francisco’s Jackson Square neighborhood. For additional information, email david@isuca.com. Follow along at @ YerbaBuenaIslandSF.