Vida, San Francisco’s Newest Condominium Project in the Mission District, Unveils 50-Foot Latino-themed Mural at Dec. 13th Open House

Mission District, San Francisco, Vida, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, Jet Martinez, New Mission Theater

unnamedSan Francisco CA (Dec. 9, 2014) — Vida, the 114-unit condominium property now selling in the popular Mission district of San Francisco, will hold an Open House & Mural Unveiling on Saturday Dec. 13, 2014, from 12 to 4 pm.

The 20-foot tall by 50-foot wide mural, spanning an exterior wall opposite Vida’s south-facing residences, is based on floral patterns from oil cloth commonly associated with table cloths and kitchens throughout Latin America. To many Mexican people as well as lovers of Mexican culture, the floral patterns on traditional oil cloth are highly reminiscent of “home” and bring memories of delicious meals served in brightly light kitchens or homestyle restaurants.

Noted San Francisco muralist Jet Martinez, the artist, observed, “For this piece I wanted to evoke a sense of the home as well as pay homage to the Latino culture which has for so long been a major part of the flavor of the Mission District.”

With one- and two-bedroom homes starting in the high $500,000’s, Vida offers a great option for new-home buyers to enjoy San Francisco’s most dynamic restaurant and nightlife scene while being close to employment centers in San Francisco and a 5-minute walk BART. Located at 2558 Mission, Vida includes 14,750 square feet of retail space and is adjacent to the historic New Mission Theater now being transformed into a five-screen movie house and restaurant by Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.

The Open House event also offers home buyers the opportunity to tour model 1-bed and 2-bed homes, penthouse residences and common areas that include a 7th floor roof deck, 2nd floor courtyard and ground floor amenity spaces.

About Vida
Located amid the energetic, historic and richly layered Mission neighborhood, Vida features fresh, contemporary design and caring craftsmanship inspired by modern Latin culture, literally weaving the urban fabric of the Mission into the building itself. Vida’s 114 one- and two-bedroom homes include high-end cabinetry, tile and countertops along with professional Bosch and Bertazzoni appliances. The stunning roof deck has a built-in dining table and barbecue and a has plenty of seating for residents to relax and enjoy views view stretching from Downtown San Francisco to Sutro Tower. Vida is a project of Oyster Development and sales and marketing is by Polaris Pacific. Call to arrange a tour at 415-282-8432, and find more information at www.vidasf.com, facebook.com/VidaSF and twitter.com/Vida_SF

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