Mission Bay Neighborhood

The future is bright
in Mission Bay

With AT&T Park situated across the channel, plans for the new Warriors stadium, and cultural events springing up all around Mission Bay, this neighborhood has character and vibrancy.

A Simple Commute

Caltrain links you to the Peninsula, Muni light rail speeds you downtown, biking is a breeze—and more transit options are in the works. The Central Subway Project will transform Mission Bay into a major commuting hub.

Mission Bay Restaurants

01Local vendors

Mission Bay Cafes

02Artisanal fare

The Yard at Mission Rock

Local
Goods

Across the street is an ideal neighbor, The Yard at Mission Rock, a pop-up farmers market teeming with curated local vendors. Sample inspired food truck fare, sip a pint of seasonal ale or browse locally crafted goods. Gather with friends at Stem’s expansive outdoor garden. Experience celebrated restaurants and cozy cafés within walking distance.

Bars in Mission Bay San Francisco

03Cocktail bars & cozy cafés

Channel Mission Bay

Outdoor
Activities

Stroll across the channel on the 3rd or 4th Street bridges and root for the Giants from behind home plate at AT&T Park. Bike along the water’s edge, kayak in the Bay, watch boats drift into McCovey Cove or picnic in the grass at China Basin Park. This is San Francisco’s neighborhood to watch.

Mission Bay History

Mission Bay’s
Unique History

San Francisco’s spirit of innovation and opportunity is captured in the story of Mission Bay. Once an abundant saltwater marsh, the area offered a generous food supply and served as a hub for native cultures.

As San Francisco grew, Mission Bay quickly became a major shipping port and shipyard, filled with foundries, warehouses and factories. Thus it remained, until a redevelopment plan was born in the late 1990s that continues to reshape the neighborhood.

The Mission Bay Project is San Francisco’s largest urban development project since the construction of Golden Gate Park. Major businesses like Uber, The Gap and UCSF’s newest research campus have taken root in the neighborhood, while developers are creating thousands of residential units and business owners eagerly seek to set up shop. Parks bookend One Mission Bay and outdoor spaces are planned for the near future.

This is San Francisco’s neighborhood to watch.

The Neighborhood

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