Framed by 16th, Third and Cesar Chavez streets, together with Potrero Avenue, the entire neighborhood is relatively isolated from all the buzz of the city, giving it a unique feeling of distance from “San Francisco”. It’s a hilly area with great bay and skyline views that hosts various green spaces and diverse sports facilities. It offers a mix of modern condos and classic Victorian residences. Despite its industrial history, a wave of deindustrialization in the late 90s, together withtheInternet boom, raised interest of young families in the area and drove the conversion of warehouses into residential spaces. Stroll along the 18th Street to enjoy some of the quaint bistros and shops, or marvel at little gardens or flower boxes that each house in the neighborhood seems to have.
Yerba Buena is a vibrant San Francisco neighborhood that serves as an energetic, cultural hub for the city. The community went through a renewal period in the 1960s, and after years of planning, Yerba Buena now acts as a dynamic community with art galleries, restaurants, entertainment, and recreational facilities. Five star hotels also attract many […]
South Beach can be found on the far eastern edge of Soma. It’s one of the city’s newest neighborhoods that has transformed from an industrial area full of warehouses and docks to an area popular for both its entertainment and living options. South Beach enjoys some of the best weather in the city, allowing its […]
SoMa, or South of Market, is a large, warehouse-filled area with upscale dining options and lively nightclubs. It stretches from the Embarcadero to Eleventh Street, between Market and Townsend. With a strong downtown vibe, its residential and industrial buildings lure many new urban professionals. Added to that, it has easy freeway access and a lively […]