Climb Real Estate sold properties at several buildings in the Bay Area in the last week, including condos the Infinity in South Beach, 255 Berry in Mission Bay, and Shipley Square and SOMA Grand in SOMA. They also sold a condo in the Inner Mission and a TIC in Nob Hill. Here’s the full list of sold properties plus nearby properties that are currently for sale.

South Beach


Climb’s biggest sale of the week is 301 Main St. #32C, a rare 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom condo at the Infinity with spectacular views of the Bay Bridge and water. Sold for $2,925,000 by Mark Choey, the 1,748 sq. ft. floor plan is flexible and features an open living room with the Infinity’s signature wall-to-wall glass wall, blending the views with your interior living space. There are two outdoor spaces: a balcony off the living room with views of the waterfront, and a large balcony off the master bedroom. The home is also equipped with central heat and air conditioning, large windows making for a bright home, and a spacious master bathroom with a soaking tub, dual sinks, granite marble counter tops, Studio Becker walnut cabinetry, and limestone travertine floors.

The iconic Infinity towers were designed by the world-renowned joint architecture team of Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Architectonica and Heller Manus. With two high-rise towers and two mid-rise buildings, the complex is located in South Beach next to the Embarcadero waterfront. Luxury amenities include a 5,000 square foot fitness center, 75 foot long indoor pool, club lounge with a catering kitchen and bar, private movie theater, business center, and more. The high-rise towers’ signature all-glass exterior and round undulating facade makes it one of the most recognizable buildings in San Francisco. Situated one block away from the Embarcadero waterfront, the Infinity residences are close to the Financial District, Ferry Building, and top-rated restaurants, as well as all major transportation options.

A cluster of new developments is going up near the Infinity; the second tower of One Rincon Hill (rentals) has opened its leasing office, 45 Lansing (rentals) will be opening its first tower soon, 340 Fremont is about to start construction (expected completion late 2014, listing brokerage TBD), Park 181 at 181 Fremont is under construction (listed by The Mark Company, expected completion 2015), and Lumina at 201 Folsom is under construction and expected to open in 2015 (listed by Polaris Pacific).

Condos and lofts for sale in South Beach:

Mission Bay


255 Berry St. #114 is a rare corner townhouse on Mission Creek. Sold for $1,750,000 by Joshua Lawrence, the 3 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom townhome’s lower level features an open living room and dining room finished in fine hardwood with upgraded lighting and custom window coverings. Tall walls of windows deliver natural light and water views. The large designer kitchen includes upscale appliances, exotic granite, an island and a breakfast area. All three bedrooms are on the upper level; both guest bedrooms have water views, and a grand sized master bedroom features a sitting room, en-suite bathroom, custom walk-in closet and wrap-around view patio.

255 Berry is a 100-unit condominium development in San Francisco’s up-and-coming Mission Bay. Built in 2004, architects McLarand Vasquez Emsiek & Partners created a U-shaped building so that more units have views of Mission Bay. Landscaping was designed by Cliff Lowe and Associates and interiors were designed by Laurie Ghielmetti. Amenities include a gated garage, doorman concierge service, and a courtyard on the third floor. The site also abuts Mission Creek Park and fronts a boardwalk, and it is just a stone’s throw from AT&T Park. There is easy access to highways 280 and 101 and it’s close to shopping, dining, and transit including Caltrain.

50,000 square feet of retail are currently planned for the surrounding area, which already has 3,100 residential units plus another 1,000 units under construction. 255 Berry is located across Mission Creek from Mission Bay’s newest condominium development, Arden, which will open sales in mid-May or June. Arden developer Nat Bosa also built Madrone and its sister building next door, Radiance, creating a mini-community of luxury condos.

Currently for sale in Mission Bay:



821 Folsom St. #502 is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,086 sq. ft. condo at Shipley Square in SOMA that sold for $1,050,000. Originally listed for $899,000 by Mark Choey, the top floor unit features a large and open U-shaped kitchen with luxury finishes and large windows. Situated in the sought-after Yerba Buena district of SOMA on Folsom Street at 4th Street, Shipley Square is a conveniently located and well managed 78-unit mid-rise boutique building constructed in 2004. There is a European-influenced central landscaped courtyard, a top floor downtown view deck, and bicycle racks in the garage. Shipley Square is conveniently located near many of San Francisco’s top destinations, including popular restaurants (Jamber, Zero Zero, Luce, Lulu, Oola, Le Charm), museums (Museum of Modern Art, the Jewish Contemporary Museum, the Museum of the African Diaspora, the Moscone Center and Zeum), hotels and shopping (the Westfield Center, Target, Whole Foods).


Kevin Gueco sold his fourth SOMA Grand condo this year, a 1 bedroom plus den, 1 bathroom unit with unobstructed downtown views for $840,000 ($45,000 over the list price). 1160 Mission Street #1710 features an oversized gourmet kitchen, custom built-in, a remodeled bathroom, and corner pop-out windows. Located near the Financial District and the rapidly developing Mid-Market area, SOMA Grand is a full-service amenity building. When they say full-service, they mean full-service, from dinner reservations to car service, from dogwalkers to personal shoppers, from a masseuse to a caterer to doctors on call. SOMA Grand is located on the SOMA edge of the Mid-Market development corridor, a few blocks from planned new developments at 1415 Mission Street and 99 Rausch Street (aka 1140 Folsom Street).

Condos and lofts for sale in SOMA:

Inner Mission


2868 22nd Street is a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo sold by Rebecca Brooks for $925,000—over 20% over the list price! The top floor Victorian flat in the Inner Mission includes period details like tall ceilings, hardwood floors, bay windows, and original built-in cabinetry in the formal dining room. A private deck accessible from both the master bedroom and kitchen leads to a shared backyard with a play area and patio. It’s located in one of San Francisco’s hottest neighborhoods: the Inner Mission. 2868 22nd Street is near popular shops and restaurants such as Flour + Water, Limon, Blowfish Sushi, Slow Club, Blue Bottle, Coffee Bar, and a new organic market that is just a half block away. There is easy access to Highway 101, Muni, and BART, and a Google shuttle stop is only a few blocks away. With a Walk Score of 89, the neighborhood is “Very Walkable.” Two new development buildings are nearby; Vida at 2558 Mission is 25% sold (listed by Polaris Pacific) and 1050 Valencia is struggling its way through the planning process.

Also for sale in the Inner Mission:

Nob Hill


86 John Street is one of the most charming properties Climb sold recently, a rare “earthquake cottage” built as a refugee shack after the 1906 earthquake. It’s been completely remodeled into a freestanding TIC cottage with no shared walls and a private landscaped patio at the rear of the unit. It’s located in Nob Hill close to Chinatown and the Financial District and has access to a shared roof deck with city views. Dirk Kinley sold the 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom bungalow for $470,000.

Also for sale in Nob Hill:

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