The SF Chronicle recently published an update on Lennar’s The San Francisco Shipyard masterplan community. Covering the community’s ongoing headway to start another phase of construction to provide much needed housing in the area, the article also highlighted the community’s incredible price points for new homes within the city. Current homeowners spoke with the reporter on their experience owning and living in the masterplan.
The next phase of construction is aimed to provide 77 new homes in total, with work beginning this year.
And homeowners, such as Troy Wilson, are excited to see new development pick up again. After moving to the Shipyard with his family, Wilson, who is a real estate agent and has brokered several home sales within the community, talked about the value of the new home construction and the area’s plethora of sunshine.
“The flat is just drenched with sunlight,” said Wilson in the story for The Chronicle.
Talking about the value he sees in the new homes for sale at The SF Shipyard, Wilson also told The Chronicle:
“Before COVID you dreamed about being in one of the old true San Francisco neighborhoods,” Wilson Said. “But here we are all working from home, and no one is gathering in restaurants or bars like we used to.”