Central East

July 30, 2014

9f – South of Market

Edgy and hip, with just a hint of grit tossed in for flavor, SOMA is for the true urbanite. Homogeneous streets and manicured front lawns are no where to be found. What you will discover here are contemporary lofts and condos, alongside the occasional Victorian, all lit up and hovering ...

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July 30, 2014

9e – Potrero Hill

Potrero Hill is a bastion of sunshine in a city known all-too-well for fog. The commercial strips along 18th and 20th streets imbue the area with a small-town feel. The area was once dubbed Goat Hill, in honor of the livestock roaming about; and one can still enjoy spectacular downtown ...

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July 30, 2014

9d – Mission Bay

Mission Bay is home to the new UCSF research campus, which has stimulated rapid growth in this emerging affluent neighborhood of high-end condominiums, upscale restaurants and bio-tech research facilities. UCSF will be adding a large world-class, family-centered hospital complex, which will be certified by the US Green Building Council’s Leadership ...

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July 30, 2014

9c – Inner Mission

If you like city living and true diversity, the Inner Mission is certainly worth a look, offering a unique variety of both cultures and property types. Single family homes from the Victorian era through the 1940s are in abundance, as are multi-unit buildings and condos. Many buildings left from the ...

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July 30, 2014

9a – Bernal Heights

Despite being visible from many of the city’s vista points, Bernal Heights is something of a hidden treasure. Many residents have lived in the area for many years, and it has remained a stronghold of working class and bohemian lifestyles as the rest of the city has changed all around ...

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July 30, 2014

9j – Central Waterfront / Dogpatch

Until recently, most of the Central Waterfront remained undeveloped or industrial with most of the residential centering around charming Dogpatch. Dogpatch is an enclave which includes residential and some light industrial components, and is an officially-designated historic district. Dogpatch survived the 1906 earthquake and fire relatively unscathed and, thus, has ...

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July 30, 2014

9h – South Beach

Ever evolving, South Beach is now San Francisco’s newest upscale destination neighborhood. Just south of the Financial District alongside the San Francisco Bay, South Beach enjoyed a major boom in the late 20th century, as high-tech start-ups set up shop and glittering residential condos rose to the sky. New developments ...

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