Vida at 2558 Mission residences between 21st and 22nd street is set to change the landscape of the neighborhood. This colorful condominium project is designed to reflect the Mission District’s Latin heritage of taquerias, Dios De Los Muertos festivals and open markets. In recent years the neighborhood has seen an influx of young techies and urban artists who frequent the now ubiquitous artisan coffee bars, world-class eateries and hipster dive bars that line Valencia Street.
Slated for completion in early 2015, the building is being designed by the Kwan Henmi team and will feature hot, tropical colors and an undulating glass façade.
This 8-story building will house 114 residences with a mix of studio, 1- and 2-bedroom units. Building amenities will include car and bicycle parking, ground floor commercial space and roof decks at two levels. But undoubtedly the crown in this jewel will be the attached refurbished New Mission Theater featuring 900 seats and a bar.
Units will comprise of 18 studio, 45 1-bedroom and 51 2-bedroom homes. There is currently no available pricing or list of interior appointments.
Sales Office Opens, Floor Plans Released for Vida at 2558 Mission
Over the last year, 2558 Market – the Vida building – has been slowly rising in the heart of the Mission District. Really, the eight-story building is part of an entire redevelopment around Mission and 20th streets, which includes the New Mission Theater and a brand-new fitness center.
Of course, the Oyster Development-led project is garnering plenty of attention from potential buyers for a few reasons. Vida is located in a supreme Mission District location, with BART just a few blocks away; each unit is customizable with modern appliances; and the units will receive tons of natural light and offer stellar views. Buyers can choose from studio, one- and two-bedroom condos in the 114-unit building.
Prices start around $600,000 for smaller units, which are being called junior one-bedrooms; $730,000-$850,000 for the one-bedroom units; and around $1 million and up for two-bedroom homes. Currently, a number of one-bedroom units are available in the first release.
And they’re going to go fast.
When the sales office opened in early March for an invite-only crowd, at least 20 units were placed under contract by the end of the event, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Now, in early April, as the sales office opens to the general public, just 27 units are being released. These units are some of only a few new construction condos available in San Francisco at the moment – so the race is on.
Amenities at 2558 Vida – Customizable, Modern Furnishings; Efficient Floor Plans
The Kwen Henwi-designed Vida offers a bunch of available amenities – the first, and most obvious, is location. Sitting on the bustling Mission Street, in between 20th and 21st streets, Vida is located right in the middle of the up-and-coming Mission District.
Directly to the north of the building, the New Mission Theater is rising, which is being refurbished as a 6-screen, 900-seat theater with a bar, and across the street a three-story upscale fitness center is in the works. Plus, restaurants, concert venues, bars and shopping are all right outside the front door, with the 16th Street BART station a short walk away.
Inside, the units are decked out in modern touches, including chrome fixtures; Bosch and Bertazzoni appliances; and customizable cabinetry and wood floors. Each unit is customizable, in fact, with options for every buyer, including the type of flooring, appliances and cabinetry finishes.
As far as parking, the building features just 89 under-ground parking spaces – so not every unit comes with a space. The majority of the larger one bedrooms – those with dens – and two bedrooms are offered with parking. But most of the smaller one bedrooms, including the junior units and standard 1BD, 1BA homes, aren’t offered with a space. Additionally, residents have access to building’s bicycle parking facilities.
For residents, in the rear of the building, a seventh-floor rooftop deck is available for shared use with sweeping views of Bernal Heights, Sutro Tower and the surrounding neighborhood. Incredible views can be had in any of several units that are offered with balconies or patios. The upper levels have excellent views, which homes available with Bay views, overlooking Mission Street; Sutro Tower; downtown and south-facing toward Bernal Heights.
Vida – 2558 Mission – Amenities at a Glance:
Currently, Vida is pegged to be completed later this year, with earliest move-in date in January 2015. When the sales office opened in early March, just 27 units were released, but the entire eight-floor hasn’t been offered yet to the public.
- 89 Parking Spaces; Available Bicycle Parking
- Balconies/Patios on Select Units
- Customizable Cabinetry, Appliances, Tile, Flooring
- Flowing Floor Plans
- Bosch, Bertazzoni Appliances Available
- Shared Seventh-floor Rooftop Deck with Grill
- Ground-Floor Retail Space
- In-Unit Washer/Dryer Available
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- Address: 2558 Mission Street
- Neighborhood: The Mission
- Phone Number: 415-813-5083
- Parking: Yes
- Number of Units: 114
- Number of Floors: 8