Residences situated within the heart of the San Francisco Bay blend the topography of the island with seamless indoor and outdoor living environs.
Coming soon: a chance to own a home in a distinct setting on a naturally formed island in the heart of San Francisco Bay, complete with panoramic views, wellness-minded amenities, and 72 acres of preserved space rife with parks, beaches, and hiking and biking trails—all just 10 minutes from downtown.
When completed in 2021, Yerba Buena Island will feature 266 luxury condos, flats and townhomes (with The Agency Development Group starting sales in early 2020).
Residents of the project—developed by Wilson Meany and Stockbridge Capital Group—also will be privy to The Island Club, which includes a lounge, dining room, bar, game room, spa, sauna, massage room, fitness studio and outdoor lap pool.
Says Chris Meany, Wilson Meany’s co-founder and managing partner: “We’ve enlisted a world-class team to create a place that celebrates the hallmarks of what drew people to San Francisco in the first place—a modern spirit, creative culture, laid-back atmosphere and surrounding natural beauty.”
Yerba Buena Island
Aloha Anew at the Hotel Renew
Renew, Waikiki’s original boutique hotel, was reimagined in summer 2019 to offer travelers a new type of wellness experience centered around holistic Hawaiian healing.
Waikiki’s former Hotel Renew has been undergoing a multimillion-dollar redesign and rebranding led by Honolulu’s The Vanguard Theory and will debut as OLS Hotels and Resort’s new 72-room Renew retreat in July 2019, complete with a focus centered around holistic offerings. Expect the property to feature amenities and activities designed to connect guests to local wellness, fitness and beauty partners, including social and environmental experiences from bicycle tours to reviving a historic fish pond, astrology readings, beach yoga, aromatherapy crystals to enhance sleep and much more.
Also new: revamped guest rooms, corridors, lobby and lobby bar set amid an inviting yet chic mid-century minimalist meets tropical modern design boasting a palette of sandy neutrals, terra-cotta and pops of black.
“Renew has been reimagined as an intimate retreat for those seeking a deeper connection to Hawai’i beyond its traditional tourist spots,” says General Manager Thomas Harris.
“We look forward to providing our guests with meaningful and memorable stays.”
129 Paoakalani Ave. Honolulu, HI
808.687.7700 | hotelrenew.com
Photographs: Hayes Davidson (Top) and Renew (Bottom)