One of the most exciting and influential residential communities taking shape on the West Coast, Yerba Buena Island has unveiled the details of its unique lifestyle and 266 residences located on the naturally formed island in the heart of San Francisco Bay. The newly launched YerbaBuenaIslandSF.com gives potential buyers the first chance to explore residential styles and floor plans nestled throughout the island’s five miles of trails and 72 acres of green space, where sweeping views encompass the San Francisco skyline and surrounding Bay Area. The community was envisioned to merge nature and wellness into everyday life, while located five minutes by ferry and 15 minutes by car from Downtown San Francisco.


The Agency Development Group also unveiled the new Yerba Buena Island Sales Gallery, located in the heart of the Financial District, moments from the waterfront. The gallery offers an immersive experience, detailed models of the community and its various residential offerings.

The residences of Yerba Buena Island were designed to blend with the topography of the island, while maximizing the various view lines across the San Francisco Bay—and they do just that. The Bristol condominium building is a collection of 124 residences with views of the island’s protected sandy beach, Clipper Cove, and the eastern span of the Bay Bridge. Showcasing design by Hart Howerton and Edmonds + Lee Architects, The Bristol is centered around an open-air courtyard, with one to three-bedroom floor plans featuring chef’s kitchens, spa-style baths and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Another distinct offering, The Flats are boutique luxury buildings offering single-story living, approximately 2,500 to 4,000-square-foot, three to four-bedroom floor plans, seamless indoor-outdoor design, expansive terraces and private elevator access into each home.


Additionally, The Townhomes are multi-level, single-family residences featuring private entrances, attached garages, spacious terraces and panoramic island, bay and city views. These homes live like traditional San Francisco rowhouses. The Courtyard Townhomes, different than the rowhouse style townhomes, feature private interior courtyards that serve as the heart of the home, connecting the main residence to the guest house. These homes feature direct views of the city skyline.

Yerba Buena Island also features a limited collection of five Estate Homesites that offer a rare opportunity to custom build expansive single-family residences with fantastic views in the city of San Francisco.


Residents of Yerba Buena Island enjoy a wealth of amenities that foster a wellness-centric lifestyle, including The Island Club designed by Aidlin Darling Design. The 10,000-square-foot community gathering place features a weight and cardio room, yoga studio, outdoor pool and hot tub, massage room, spa-inspired locker rooms, a private dining room, library lounge, game room and view terraces.


Seventy-two acres of parks and tree-lined open green spaces include a scenic off-leash dog park and ample places to relax, recharge and take in the views. Five miles of hiking, biking and walking trails connect the residences, amenities, parks and beachfront, offering a variety of experiences, elevation and vistas. The main trail connects to the 500-mile San Francisco Bay Trail. The residences are also located moments from the new Treasure Island ferry terminal, which will provide daily commuter service to and from Downtown San Francisco.


For more information about residential offerings, visit YerbaBuenaIslandSF.com or the newly unveiled Sales Gallery at 724 Battery St, Suite I, San Francisco, CA 94111. Contact Live@YerbaBuenaIslandSF.com or 415.851.3000.