Park Terrace is bordered by Mission Creek Channel to the south (home to the well-known and beloved houseboat community), Berry Street to the North, and Mission Creek Park to the east. Completed in 2007, the development ranges in height from four to seven stories, stepping back and growing taller the further it gets from Mission Creek Channel. The homes range in size from approximately 733 square feet to 2,432 square feet.
The homes on the perimeter of the project are two-level townhomes with direct garage access, while the remaining interior flats face a common courtyard terrace that sits atop the roof of the parking garage. Residents of these homes access the garage via the elevator.
Park Terrace is part of the “Mission Bay north” development period that saw the construction of The Beacon, Glassworks, 255 Berry, 235 Berry, and the homes here at Park Terrace. Immediately adjacent to the development is Mission Creek Park, a recreation area that spans both the north and south sides of Mission Creek Channel. This park contains an amphitheater, a fenced dog run, walk/jog paths, benches, grassy open areas, a kayak launch area and courts for basketball, sand volleyball and tennis. The park also features an 850-square-foot pavilion with floor to ceiling windows; this site is available for public rental for events. Future plans call for a pedestrian bridge across Mission Creek Channel at 5th Street.
Park Terrace residents enjoy easy access to Highway 280, the Bay Bridge, MUNI and Caltrain. AT&T Park is just a few blocks away, and beyond that are the Embarcadero and the Ferry Building.