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 jazz band, and the famous Fillmore Theatre calls the neighborhood home. The community also comes to life during community events like the Fillmore Jazz Festival. Divisadero Street serves as a busy commercial district, and there are plenty of places to shop and eat around here. If you are in search of a diverse neighborhood, look no further than the Western Addition.
The North of Panhandle neighborhood is more commonly referred to as NoPa by locals. While much of this community consists of residential properties, there are a growing number of shops, bars, and restaurants found along Divisadero Street. The western border of NoPa opens into Golden Gate Park, so residents have plenty of space to stretch […]
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 […]
Hayes Valley is a once overlooked neighborhood that has seen renewed popularity in recent years. Despite its name, the community isn’t found in a valley, and with the absence of hills, it is a nice and flat neighborhood. Hayes Valley is a walkable community with shops, beer gardens, cafes, and outdoor spaces galore. These new […]