Mission Walk (10/27/08): Under Construction (www.SocketSite.com)
It might still be wrapped in scaffolding, but applications are now available for the 131 Below Market Rate (BMR) condos that will compose Mission Walk (330/335 Berry Street).
Mission Walk Rendering: View from across Mission Creek (www.SocketSite.com)
25 one, 82 two, and 24 three bedroom units priced from $159,474 to $302,735.
Mission Walk Rendering: View from across Berry Street (www.SocketSite.com)
Qualified buyers will have incomes of up to 80%-100% of the area median. Applications are due January 22nd, 2009. And a lottery for the 131 units will be held on January 28th.
Mission Walk (330/335 Berry): Application and Overview [homebricks.com]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by Michael

    Hard to beat those creekside units and great location for those without a car. Only wish there were more family friendly 3 bedroom units.

  2. Posted by SFhighrise

    Too bad these BMR units don’t include those that have a household income of around $200k. That is still not enough to buy a new 2 bedroom unit at market rate.

  3. Posted by jessep

    I’m confused. is this mission bay or mission rock or what?

  4. Posted by Ellen

    @jessep
    The neighborhood is Mission Bay. The building name is Mission Walk and one building is next to Arterra, the other is next to Park Terrace.

  5. Posted by Pierre

    Does anyone know the probability of winning the lottery for a 3 bedroom place? Or, alternatively, is it on the order of “low to very low probability”?
    Also, does one need one or more than one year of tax record?
    Thanks

  6. Posted by Michael

    You need 3 years of tax records for all adults who will be living in the unit (and who must be on the loan). As for the lottery, that depends on how many people apply. Supposedly people who work or live in SF already get preference.

  7. Posted by Bibiana

    Where I can find the result from the lottery yesterday? Thank you.

  8. Posted by jimD

    there’s a link to the PDF of lottery results here:
    http://www.homebricks.com/Default.aspx?DN=b6a22a44-f703-453d-b4c7-a83ed18cf699

  9. Posted by Frank

    When will condos be ready for occupancy?

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