One in a million! This breathtaking penthouse is located in the highly sought after Renaissance building, located in the heart of the Marina District. This one of a kind ...
Iconic Marina District living is yours in this contemporary high-rise haven on the southeast corner of Renaissance. Majestic views of the bay and cityscape greet you in e...
Beautiful southeast corner residence at Renaissance with city and peek bay views! Delight in upgraded custom lighting, fresh paint, hardwood floors, and numerous built-in...
Best location in the Marina District. Across the street from Ralphs Market(open 24/7) & Horton Plaza. Walk to Gaslamp District, Embarcadero, Seaport Village, Banks, Post ...
The largest townhome on the 3rd floor! Rarely available, this coveted south-facing 3+bedroom, 3.5 bath, 2,831 sqft residence offers the comfort of a single-family home in...
Live luxuriously with the 20' high ceilings and south facing orientation that brings an abundance of natural light. Experience a one of a kind Renaissance walk-up penthou...
Note: These views may change in the future or if you are on a very low floor may not have any view. Each buyer should verify on their own. Above statements are only one man’s opinion at one point in time and are not guaranteed to be accurate.
Below is a summary of all the reviews provided by the residents living in this property. Rating scale is from one to five stars. [Rating and Review Disclosure]
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|Like the most:||Residents in the Renaissance condos have conveyed to me that they really love the location. This is probably the most centrally located property downtown, a fine balance between the harbor and shopping, and across the street from Ralph's grocery store. Residents also boasted about the floor plans, simple and flowing. Compliments also given to the architecture of the building and the quality especially the kitchens.|
|Like the least:||Several complained about the poor lobby design and lack of guest parking. Lack of a freight elevator. Potential loss of views from new construction.|
|Other comments:||The Renaissance condo building has a cantilever design and gets wider the higher up you go. Each time a unit is sold in this building a tax of 1.0% has to be paid to the Center City Development Corporation. Usually the sellers ask that the buyer pay this unusual tax, but it?s negotiable.|