Nopa got its name from its location, representing the streets sitting north of the panhandle (the narrow eastern strip of Golden Gate Park). It’s defined by an eclectic cultural mix with a diverse selection of nightlife, dining, and entertainment options – particularly along Divisadero Street. Due to its convenient location, Nopa offers easy access to downtown and the freeway in addition to 14 Muni lines and a BART station at Grove Street. Other corners of Nopa, such as the Postcard Row, boast some of the most famous Victorian homes in the city, entering the perfect harmony with modern condos and contemporary lofts found in the area.
The Western Addition is a growing neighborhood found near Van Ness Avenue, Lower Haight, and the Richmond District. It encompasses some of Alamo Square’s famous “painted ladies” – a row of colorfully painted Victorian homes that get a lot of fanfare in the area. Residents enjoy the Sunday farmer’s market, which often includes a live […]
Also known as Upper Fillmore or Lower Pac Heights, Lower Pacific Heights is a down-to-earth neighborhood that isn’t quite as swanky as more northern communities. Previously a part of the Western Addition, this neighborhood stretches from Pacific Heights to Duboce Triangle. Lower Pac Heights features historic Victorian homes and modern condominiums, providing the neighborhood with […]
From a once-forgotten neighborhood, over the course of a few decades, Hayes Valley has become one of the most trendy neighborhoods of the whole Bay Area. With its almost-perfect rectangle shape, the broader neighborhood is also sometimes referred to as Alamo Square. It’s the home of high-end boutiques with fashion and home decor, gourmet restaurants, […]