Vida, the big condo building on Mission Street from Oyster Development, first opened its sales offices back in April of 2014. Now, the 114 units in the Kwan Henmi-designed building have officially sold out, and about 90% of the buyers are employed in the tech industry. According to Vida's Sales Director Wendy Novia, many of those tech buyers already rented in the neighborhood and were attracted to the building's proximity to BART, the freeway, tech shuttles, and even the Valencia Street bike lane. Vida sales were handled by Polaris Pacific and ranged from $644,000 for a junior one bedroom up to $1.8 million for a 1,521 square-foot two-bedroom with parking. The building's average topped $1,100 per square foot, and units on the top floors averaged $1,320 per square. Residents are likely eager for the opening of the final component of the complex, which will see an Alamo Drafthouse open in the restored New Mission Theater.
· Vida Sales Office Open and Selling on Mission Street [Curbed SF]