New Residences Make It Easy to Live Where You Treasure

Published on January 28, 2024


Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island’s new homes, both for sale and for lease, blend modern sophistication with breathtaking panoramic views in the heart of San Francisco Bay in a one-of-a-kind waterfront neighborhood for the ages.

Envisioned by the city’s best architects, designers, and landscapers, Treasure Island is poised to be the most complete neighborhood in San Francisco — not merely for the next decade or two but for the next millennium. The expertly planned neighborhood will soon be home to 8,000 new residences, with ~1,000 of those residences ready in 2024. Take a look at the residences that invite you to live where you treasure.

Isle House

Leasing 2024

A 22-story residential tower by David Baker Architects, Isle House offers 250 rental apartments, ranging from studios to two-bedrooms, alongside nine live-work residences. With its folded façade, the tower maximizes views of the city’s iconic Bay Bridge and Golden Gate Bridge — as well as the San Francisco skyline. Between its roof deck, lounge areas, and a ground-level retail space currently planned for a café, the tower is a social, welcoming environment.


Leasing 2024

A collection of 178 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments available for pre-leasing in 2024, Hawkins seamlessly blends urban connectivity with scenic beauty, offering coworking suites, ground-floor retail, and the island’s promenade alongside a rooftop terrace with sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Bay waters, city skyline, and lush hillsides.



Selling 2024

A multifamily housing development, Portico takes advantage of its location adjacent to the coming Cityside Park with incredible views of San Francisco’s skyline. Its engaging design offers ground-level spaces that speak to the rich, ecological California landscape while roof spaces celebrate the Pan Pacific Exposition Art Deco style.

Rendering courtesy of Plural Studio

The Bristol

Now Selling

Perched on a forested hillside stands San Francisco’s top-selling new development, The Bristol. Now reaching 40% sold, these move-in ready residences offer landscaped open-air courtyards and panoramic views of the Bay Area’s most iconic landmarks. Designed by Hart Howerton and Edmonds + Lee Architects, these homes range from studios to three-bedrooms and feature expansive floor-to-ceiling windows that welcome in natural light like a daily guest.

The Townhomes

Selling 2024

The Townhomes are luxurious two- to four-bedroom, three-story homes inspired by San Francisco’s iconic row houses. These single-family homes feature expansive windows, spacious rooftop terraces, and panoramic views of the island, Bay, and city. Designed by Hart Howerton, these homes feature modern architecture, private entrances, and attached garages. Positioned around a central piazza, the residences foster a strong sense of community, emphasizing a seamless connection to nature.

The Flats

Selling 2024

Boutique luxury buildings featuring 7-9 homes, The Flats emphasize an indoor-outdoor connection with spacious interiors opening onto expansive private terraces. Designed by Hart Howerton with interiors by Meyer Davis, these single-story residences feature elegant modern finishes and grand windows that reveal far-reaching views of the Bay, capturing landmark views that include the San Francisco skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Our Neighborhood

Our residences are part of a visionary neighborhood that features a vibrant mix of restaurants, boutique retail storefronts, cultural and office spaces, and an everyday connection to nature — with 300 acres of open space and natural beaches, 22 miles of trails for walking and hiking, and 14 miles of paths for biking.

"It's a place where people that aspire to really show what our future could be can come together. They can make a community that, 50 years from now, will be an ideal for the world.”

- Chris Meany, co-CEO of Treasure Island Community Development


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