Neighboorhoods

July 30, 2014

10a – Bayview

Bayview, just south of Islais Creek, is a community intent on reinventing itself as an artist’s colony and gardening mecca. Both the Hunters Point Shipyard Artists Open Studio and Flora Grubb Gardens are cases in point. The neighborhood takes pride in its public and backyard gardens, and the San Francisco ...

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July 30, 2014

10k – Bayview Heights

Bayview Heights is perched on San Francisco’s east shore near Candlestick Park, home of the San Francisco 49ers. The Candlestick Point State Recreation Area juts into the Bay and, with its unpredictable winds, is famous for observing the colorful sport of kite-boarding. Other parks include Bayview Park and Gilman Park ...

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July 30, 2014

10j – Hunters Point

Bayview, just south of Islais Creek, is a community intent on reinventing itself as an artist’s colony and gardening mecca. Both the Hunters Point Shipyard Artists Open Studio and Flora Grubb Gardens are cases in point. The neighborhood takes pride in its public and backyard gardens, and the San Francisco ...

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July 30, 2014

10h – Mission Terrace

Mission Terrace is in the south-central section of San Francisco, and is one of its sunniest neighborhoods. The active and involved Improvement Association plans regular annual events such as an Easter egg hunt, Fourth of July parade, and a neighborhood garage sale. The Bridge Garden project, a community effort to ...

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July 30, 2014

10g – Silver Terrace

Perched on the hill directly south and west of Bernal Heights, Silver Terrace offers great views of the Bay, Bernal, Potrero and to the South. The Silver Terrace multi-sport park at Thornton and Bayshore includes an athletic field with grandstands for soccer and baseball, basketball courts, tennis courts and a ...

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July 30, 2014

10d – Outer Mission

Outer Mission is a small neighborhood on the southern edge of San Francisco. Its name is somewhat confusing as it is a bit removed from the more well-known Inner Mission District. That is not to say it lacks in distinction. Residences are primarily single family, typically with garage space at ...

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July 30, 2014

10c – Excelsior

Excelsior runs along Mission Street, south of the 280 and north of Geneva Avenue. This neighborhood was once home to Grateful Dead singer/guitarist Jerry Garcia, and today hosts the annual “Jerry Day,” drawing thousands of celebrants to John McLaren Park and the lovely Jerry Garcia Amphitheater. The Excelsior ...

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July 30, 2014

10b – Crocker Amazon

Crocker Amazon, formerly part of railroad magnate Charles Crocker’s estate, is largely residential and benefits greatly from some of the best weather in San Francisco. Views of downtown San Francisco from the neighborhood’s higher points are exceptional. Comprised mostly of single-family homes, the area features tidy front lawns and lovely ...

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July 30, 2014

10a – Bayview

Bayview, just south of Islais Creek, is a community intent on reinventing itself as an artist’s colony and gardening mecca. Both the Hunters Point Shipyard Artists Open Studio and Flora Grubb Gardens are cases in point. The neighborhood takes pride in its public and backyard gardens, and the San Francisco ...

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July 30, 2014

10k – Bayview Heights

Bayview Heights is perched on San Francisco’s east shore near Candlestick Park, home of the San Francisco 49ers. The Candlestick Point State Recreation Area juts into the Bay and, with its unpredictable winds, is famous for observing the colorful sport of kite-boarding. Other parks include Bayview Park and Gilman Park ...

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