555 Bartlett St. Inner Mission District

Commuter-friendly condos in the Mission with parking and good South Bay access

555 Bartlett is a 58-unit residential condo complex located in the heart of the Mission District. Christiani Johnson Architects, known for projects like Etta, Bridgeview, and Rincon Green, designed the building to offer lots of natural lighting and gorgeous modern conveniences. Landscape designs by Interstice accent the interior common courtyard equipped with a gas grill and comfortable outdoor furnishings. The building offers controlled access; fob entry is needed to enter the lobby, use the elevator, and access the amenities. Each floor has a trash chute for easy disposal of garbage and recycling.

With a Walk Score of 98, residents don’t need a car to access services like restaurants and cafes; grocery or convenience stores; and even retail conveniently located on the ground floor of the building. You’re close to some of the best restaurants in the city including Blue Plate and Blowfish Sushi. The building is two blocks from the 24th Street BART station and near multiple Muni lines. If you do need a car for a jaunt outside of San Francisco, City CarShare and Zip Car live across the street, and there is easy access to the 101 and 280 freeways.

Building Features:

• Contemporary building
• Beautifully landscaped and furnished courtyard with barbecue, perfect for entertaining
• Controlled access
• Street-level lobby entrance 
• Underground parking
• Direct elevator access from garage to residential levels
• Bike storage
• Resident storage available
• Convenient retail located on street level
• Close to shopping, restaurants, and more
• Located close to 101/280 freeways and 24th Street BART station

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