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The North Waterfront neighborhood is a long-standing institution in San Francisco, and its history dates back to the days of the Gold Rush. It is often overlooked for locals, despite being walkable to downtown and serving as home to Fisherman’s Wharf. While it is a quiet, residential neighborhood, it is popular for tourists looking for souvenirs at local shops or the chance to view some of San Francisco’s most popular attractions. 

North Waterfront is a unique neighborhood in that all the housing options are relatively new. Houses and multi-unit buildings here were all built after the 1970s. There are large-scale condo buildings located on Lombard Street, and the Victorian homes of older neighborhoods are rare here. If you’re looking for a more modern neighborhood than other parts of San Francisco, then North Waterfront is worth a look.

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