• $557,500
  • 1 Bed
  • 1 Bath
  • 768 SqFt
  • MLS# 40871027

Resort Lifestyle at Pacific Park Plaza  

This completely upgraded 1 bed 1 bath unit has an open floor plan with Bay views from the living and dining room area, master bedroom and private balcony, with Pergo wood flooring throughout. The kitchen has been upgraded with granite countertops, decorative metallic tile backsplash, all stainless steel appliances and a multitude of cabinets and soft-close drawers. The master suite features a customized closet organizer with lots of storage options in soft-close drawer arrangements. The full bathroom is accessible from both the master bedroom and the living room, and has been upgraded with matching mirrored cabinets, marble flooring, and a customized stand-in shower with mosaic tiling. The laundry room is conveniently located steps away on the same floor. This highly-sought luxurious high-rise offers 24-hour security, lounge, pool, sauna, spa, fitness center and 2 tennis courts. Nearby to Emeryville Public Market, Powell Street Shopping Center, Bay Street shopping and cinema.


  • Spacious 1 bed 1 bath unit, approx. 768 sq.ft. with Bay views
  • Freshly painted with Pergo wood flooring throughout
  • Kitchen with granite countertops, upgraded cabinets and all    stainless steel appliances
  • Well-lit master suite leads to private patio
  • Full bathroom features double vanity and marble flooring
  • Monthly HOA $420
  • Parking space #156
  • Amenities include: 24-hour security, member lounge, pool, fitness center and 2 tennis courts
  • Emery-Go-Round free shuttle to BART, steps from Amtrak, shopping centers and easy access to freeways
  • Only 20 minutes to S.F.


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