Cow Hollow and the Marina are separated by Lombard Street, a busy six-lane thoroughfare that whisks Marin Commuters towards downtown. Below Lombard, are the 1920s “Marina-style” homes and apartments with practical layouts and attractive features like high-coved ceilings and bay windows. The Marina District is deeply marked by its history. After the 1906 earthquake, vast quantities of rock and brick rubble from the destroyed downtown buildings were brought and dumped into Marina’s marshlands, creating the initial foundation of what the neighborhood is today. In the following decades, many businesses, apartment buildings, and houses rapidly emerged, ultimately making Marina one of the best places to live in the entire city. With diverse bars and restaurants, recreation areas offering great views of the Golden Gate Bridge, yachts on the water, and a selection of cultural events in locations such as Fort Mason, the neighborhood certainly has a lot to offer.
Presidio Heights is a high-end neighborhood that is fairly removed from the rest of the city. It is popular among tech professionals in search of a refined sense of living. Well-maintained, single-family homes and beautiful condo complexes are the most common housing options, and locals are drawn to the gorgeous greenery of the Presidio of […]
Imagine yourself strolling on grassy hills with magnificent views, walking down streets lined with elegant 19th-century mansions, and enjoying a Sunday brunch in one of the city’s finest gourmet restaurants. Luckily, this doesn’t just have to be a fantasy – not if you find yourself in Pacific Heights, one of the most exclusive neighborhoods of […]
Located between the Marina and Pacific Heights, Cow Hollow is full of cottages, single family homes, townhouses, and apartment buildings-surrounded by abundant things to do! Excellent shopping, dining, movie theatre and nightlife can be found on Union and Chestnut Streets. The Presidio, Marina Green and Palace of Fine Arts provide access to outdoor activities. Close […]