Neighborhood #9–Constellations and Stars

Beach Park WaterThis neighborhood is heavily comprised of townhouses and condos, with some of the townhouses being waterfronts, and large non waterfront single family homes. It stretches from just south of Highway 92 to the main waterway between San Mateo and Foster City in the west to Beach Park Blvd in the south and again bordered by the lagoon on the east.  It also includes Edgewater Park with it’s large lawn area, softball diamond,basketball courts, playground equipment and tennis courts. Neighborhood #9 boasts the waterfront townhouse communities of Shell Cove and Isle Cove, plus the non water townhouse community of Edgewater Townhouses. Foster City School is a nice feature of this neighborhood as well. Close proximity to shopping at the Edgewater Place is a plus for this neighborhood.


  1. Dana Ferri says:

    Absolutely wonderful place to live! Our townhouse was one of the first built in Foster City, and my husband’s mother was the original owner. The house is still in good condition, with our Homeowners Association keeping the property and grounds well-maintained. Many people in our neighborhood are original owners too, but there are also plenty of young families moving in. We live within walking distance of two shopping centers, several lovely parks, and of course the Bay Trail that we walk almost daily with our kids. Foster City Elementary School is right down the street and has a fantastic reputation. Most of the kids in our neighborhood walk to school together, and play ball and ride bikes together in the afternoon on the quiet streets of our complex.

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