The SF Shipyard is part of the transformative, rediscovered Southeastern neighborhood and waterfront masterplan. With years of meticulous planning, the Hunters Point master-planned neighborhood community has been carefully designed to include everything that creates a vibrant, convenient, and authentic neighborhood.
Located about five miles southeast of downtown San Francisco, Hunters Point highlights the history, culture, and art of the city. The Shipyard Condos at 451 Donahue Street was the first building built in the Shipyard development and is composed of 66 units.
The modern 2 bed 2 bath condominium units offer open floor plans and rare, large, private, view patio w/ City and Bay views, Floor to ceiling All Weather custom aluminum windows create a wall of glass that brighten the living space and corner dining area. Escape to the tranquil patio through All Weather’s swing door with sidelights to enjoy your morning coffee.
The primary bedroom features a large walk-in closet, an en-suite bathroom, and All Weather Architectural Aluminum windows flood the home office with great natural light The penthouse units also feature an additional patio off the primary bedroom and feature All Weather Architectural Aluminum Swing Doors.
Building amenities include a fitness center, bicycle storage room, on-site parking garage with assigned spot, a rooftop deck with grills, seating area and views of San Francisco, lounge areas, 24/7 security, parks, walking trails, a market and coffee shop, and private shuttles to/from downtown San Francisco. Hunter's point will have 9 miles of assessable shoreline, 25 acres of Parks with Bike Trails and Open Space.
Developer: Lennar Urban
GC/Client: P & M Window Co, Inc
Project Location: 451 Donahue Street, Hunters Point SF, CA
All Weather Architectural Aluminum
Products Featured: Series 5000 Windows, Series 6000 Windows, Series 7000 Swing Doors
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