Welcome to Redwood Shores
A 1,500-acre peninsula that’s part of Redwood City, Redwood Shores is a master-planned community that blends single-family homes, apartments, townhomes, and condominiums with a contemporary, open corporate business park that’s home to companies such as Oracle and Electronic Arts –turning the city into a hub for the high-tech industry. But a nice lagoon with weaving waterways and numerous recreational options are what distinguish this lovely waterfront community.
With generous offerings of beautiful views courtesy of the lagoon, waterways, and parks, Redwood Shores creates a comforting suburban feel that makes it easy for anyone to call home.
Resort-Style Waterfront Living
Many of the homes and condominiums in Redwood Shores surround these magnificent lagoons and waterways, complete with water passages through private boating docks, offering a serene and secluded feel. Many properties will have wide water views, making Redwood Shores a city that offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of the busy Peninsula.
Lagoons and water channels are wonderful sites for windsurfing, rowing, swimming, and sailing activities, while Redwood Shores' seven public parks, eight tennis courts, the Shores Dog Park, and many well-landscaped trails and walkways provide the perfect venue for sports and leisure. Redwood Shores is also where the famed Bay Club resides. Bay Club Redwood Shores sits on ten stunning acres in the Peninsula. The sprawling resort boasts a 15,000-square-foot fitness center and four outdoor pools (including Splash Landing waterpark). Classes include indoor cycling, swimming, and beach body workouts.
One can also simply rest and relax in the luxury in-club day spa, The Sanctuary Spa, which offers a full-service treatment menu to soothe and pamper the mind and body.
Shopping and Dining Scene
A favorite Redwood Shores restaurant is the acclaimed waterfront gem, Mistral. Chef Tim Fabatz prepares Mediterranean-influenced, New-American cuisine that features the best and freshest fish, shellfish, meat, and local produce available, served in a quaint patio with an outdoor fireplace and water views. For another dining option with a view, Bay 223 at the Sofitel San Francisco Hotel serves locally sourced French cuisine with a beautiful lagoon as a backdrop.
The Marketplace at Redwood Shores is packed with restaurants, shops, and services. The venue also hosts the annual “Family Fun Day” –a summer event that features live music, food sampling, contests, and even a raffle with shopping sprees at stake. It may be the city’s only major shopping center, but Laurel Street in San Carlos is just 3.5 miles away for more shopping and dining opportunities.
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