Northwest – District 1

Central Richmond | Inner Richmond | Jordan Park/Laurel Heights | Lake Street | Lone Mountain | Outer Richmond | Sea Cliff

Central Richmond

Central Richmond is a residential haven that offers a convenient location with plenty of amenities. It is especially appealing to people who would enjoy views of the Golden Gate Bridge, and there are many restaurants and specialty shops located on California, Clement, and Geary. Home styles vary, and whether you’re looking for a single-family property, an apartment, or a unit in a small condominium, there are several options available. 

A highly-walkable community, Central Richmond is a peaceful and family-friendly neighborhood. The historic Argonne Playground serves as a gathering spot for families with children, and the Fulton Playground features a community center that offers many classes and programs throughout the year. There is plenty to love in Central Richmond.

Inner Richmond

Inner Richmond is a comfortable neighborhood that is known across the city for its wide selection of restaurants. In fact, the community is often referred to as “New Chinatown”, as Chinese eateries and grocery stores are plentiful. A diverse and multicultural neighborhood,  Inner Richmond is welcoming to residents of all walks of life, regardless of whether you’re in the market for a sprawling mansion or a quaint, stucco home for your family. 

Locals state that Inner Richmond has offers the best of both worlds – a practical neighborhood and fun, upbeat vibes. The community is safe and walkable, and you’ll see many families walking their dogs along the neighborhood streets. Inner Richmond is also close to Mountain Lake Park and Golden Lake Park, so there are plenty of outdoor activities available for active residents.

Jordan Park/Laurel Heights

Jordan Park and Laurel Heights is a clean-cut residential district that welcomes a diverse population of residents. Home architectural styles include Mid-Century, Edwardian, and Victorian homes, although apartment and condominium buildings are also available. The neighborhood is well-maintained, with residents making it a priority to take for the tree-lined streets. 

This community allows easy access to plenty of dining and shopping. In fact, there are nearly 100 bars, cafes, and restaurants in the Jordan Park/Laurel Heights neighborhood. Laurel Village on California Street is packed with essential stores, small shops, and specialty grocers. 

The neighborhood is a walker’s paradise, and daily errands can be completed here on foot. You’ll love the personable and welcoming feel of the Jordan Park and Laurel Heights District.

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