Like its neighbors to the south, Mission Bay and the Central Waterfront, South Beach was once an industrial shipping area full of warehouses and docks. Also like its neighbors, South Beach has transformed and become one of the hippest neighborhoods in San Francisco. Full of great restaurants, recreational opportunities, and convenient shops and services, South Beach is a wonderful place to live, work, and play.
South Beach offers Bay views and easy access to the Ferry Building Farmer's Market, Oracle Park, Golden Gate Ferry service, Salesforce Park, and Caltrain station.
Part of South Beach’s attraction is its excellent weather, which tends to be warmer than many other San Francisco neighborhoods and is perfect for outdoor recreation. At the southern edge of South Beach, AT&T Park brings major league baseball to town, and to the east, the San Francisco Bay Trail and the Embarcadero offer walkers, joggers, and cyclists some of the best Bay views to be had. South Beach also has the second-largest yacht club in San Francisco, making it a popular destination for water lovers.
Homes in South Beach are surrounded by fabulous nightlife and dining options, and none are far from everyday amenities and basic services, including banks and grocery stores. South Beach real estate comprises mostly condominiums and lofts, with an interesting mix of glitzy new developments like One Steuart Lane and 181 Fremont, as well as historic loft conversions, including the Oriental Warehouse, the Clocktower Lofts, and the Harbor Lofts.
Whether purchasing or selling residential property, Jack represents his clients with diligence and integrity. As a skilled negotiator, Jack values discretion. As a Senior Marketing Consultant and Certified International Property Specialist, Jack offers refined marketing concepts as well as a broad knowledge of the San Francisco, Marin, and Napa real estate markets.