Moving from the Bay Area
Moving to the Bay Area
Map & Directions
The Civic Center area is often overlooked by San Francisco's real estate investors, but the neighborhood surrounding the city's historic Beaux-Arts city hall has one of the densest concentrations of...
Dogpatch is roughly half industrial and half residential. It was initially a gritty working-class neighborhood, but has experienced rapid transformation since the 1990s. Now it boasts similar demographics...
This gorgeous property is located in one of the most vibrant classic neighborhoods in San Francisco, where urban intensity mixes with chilled-out tech and lively artómaking it an organic living experience...
Although it had been a city redevelopment area since 1998, the 303 acres of abandoned rail yard owned by Southern Pacific Railroad now known as Mission Bay was largely undeveloped until 2004. In that...
Thought all of the city's great neighborhoods were downtown? Think again. Welcome to NOPA (North of the Panhandle) - one of the city's most diverse and interesting areas. Recently rediscovered by San...
South of Market, or SOMA as it is known locally, is truly one of San Francisco's most unique success stories. Once an unglamorous stretch of warehouses, SOMA has emerged in the past several decades as...
Welcome to one of San Francisco's most exciting and fastest growing neighborhoods! With its central location, extraordinary weather, and easy transit access, it is hardly a surprise that this once-industrial...
This summary is based on individual opinions. Individual experience of the neighborhood may vary.