If you are thinking of moving to the South Bay and want to save money, then you may want to consider a condo on a luxury island.
Here are the top options for people looking to purchase a condo in South Bay:What to know before you buy a condo:The condo is expected to sell for between $100 million and $120 million, according to the Bayview Condominium Association.
The median price is around $140 million.
The listing in the Condominium Magazine website states that the building is located in the San Pablo Peninsula, just north of the San Francisco Bay.
It has 2,000 units.
There are no plans to expand or renovate the building.
The condominium, which will be marketed as “The Golden Mile” because of its proximity to the Golden Gate Bridge, has a pool, pool room and clubhouse, among other amenities.
The condominium is located just south of the Marina del Rey and has three pools, according the listing.
The condo’s design features large windows and balconies that are covered with glass, the listing states.
It is located on an island, about 120 miles south of San Francisco.
It will be available to rent from July 2016 through December 2021.
The listing also shows the unit has an open floor plan.
The unit is located between the Golden and San Francisco Bridges, which are the only bridges connecting San Francisco and the San Andreas Fault.
The unit has a bay view that will allow residents to view the Golden State and San Andreas Rivers, according, the Bay View Condominium Associations website.
The units price range from $90,000 to $110,000, according according to listings in the BayView Condominiums Magazine website.
It is one of the few units available for rent in the area.
The Condominium Society of Southern California says there are several condo options available, including a “golden mile” condominium with a pool and clubhouse.
It costs between $90 million and nearly $120 billion.