I toured the recently opened 2200 Mission building, at 18th Street. Though the 23-unit property won’t win any architectural awards, you get pretty good square footage for the money. The building has one- to four-bedroom units, some with private patio areas (though in a few cases, you can’t access those deeded areas from your actual unit).
If you can score a unit on the fifth floor, you can actually get some views, and avoid seeing eye-to-eye with some of the less attractive properties at the intersection. Many of the units feature bedrooms which face Mission Street; for some prospective buyers, the noise level will likely be too abrasive. But if you’re looking for reasonably priced units in a very central, urban area, 2200 Mission’s got it goin’ on.
There was a steady stream of foot traffic in and out of the building during the first Sunday open house, and a few of the units are already in contract. Prices range from $449,000 for a one-bedroom with parking, to four-bedroom units starting at $674,000.