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Downtown

Union Square Disctrict Map(Zip Code:94102, 94109,94108)

Located in the upper northeast part of San Francisco is the district of North Beach/Financial District, which also includes North Waterfront and Telegraph Hill. North Beach is located between Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf and was first settled by Italian immigrants in the 1870’s. Today, the area is predominantly Italian and is often called the Little Italy of the West. At the heart of North Beach is Washington Square, a grassy piazza where the Church of Saints Peter and Paul sits. Located directly east of North beach is Telegraph Hill, which is known for sweeping 360 degree views and it’s well known landmark, Coit Tower. Numerous high-end, high-rise condos and beautiful turn of the century single family homes grace the summit and sides of the hill and offer beautiful views of the Bay.

Financial District

Financial District Map(Zip Code: 94108, 94104, 94111,94105,94103)

Located in the upper northeast part of San Francisco is the district of North Beach/Financial District, which also includes North Waterfront and Telegraph Hill. North Beach is located between Chinatown and Fisherman’s Wharf and was first settled by Italian immigrants in the 1870’s. Today, the area is predominantly Italian and is often called the Little Italy of the West. At the heart of North Beach is Washington Square, a grassy piazza where the Church of Saints Peter and Paul sits. Located directly east of North beach is Telegraph Hill, which is known for sweeping 360 degree views and it’s well known landmark, Coit Tower. Numerous high-end, high-rise condos and beautiful turn of the century single family homes grace the summit and sides of the hill and offer beautiful views of the Bay.

Nob Hill

Nob Hill Map (Zip Code: 94108,94109)

Nob Hill is one of San Francisco’s signature neighborhoods, renowned for its city landmarks and the famous hotels that border Huntington Park. For those who explore further, it also reveals unexpected facets. In addition to its swanky character, the area is influenced by the diverse personalities of the downtown neighborhoods that surround it, making it an intriguing place to visit.

The area’s reputation of privilege dates back to Gold Rush times, when cable car lines made the hilltop accessible and the railroad barons and bonanza kings built their mansions there, far above the rowdiness of the bawdy waterfront. Luxury hotels now stand in the place of those original palaces, and when you hike to the top of the hill, historic buildings such as the Fairmont Hotel and the Flood Mansion are undeniably impressive, as are the lush cascades of bougainvillea and the genteel apartment buildings with their wedding-cake facades.

Venture away from Huntington Square and the terrain starts to change. Chinese temples and small businesses spill over from Chinatown, and over towards Union Square you find upscale boutiques. Funky shops and dive bars lie along the blurred edges of the Tenderloin (an area known as the Tender Nob), and the Polk Street boundary is lined with nightclubs and popular bars.

Some parts of the neighborhood feel frozen in time. The hill is dotted with vintage barber shops, old corner coffee shops and cocktail lounges from bygone decades. Nob Hill has also been home to some iconic San Francisco characters. Legendary columnist Herb Caen lived in the Brocklebank building, across from the Fairmont Hotel, and the neighborhood is currently home to Marian and Vivian Brown, the famous “San Francisco twins," known for their signature identical outfits.

It can be difficult to distinguish the precise boundaries of the Nob Hill neighborhood. This guide covers an area roughly bordered by Polk, Post, Mason and Washington Streets.

SOMA

SOMA Map(Zip Code: 94103,94105)

SOMA’s huge city blocks of residential and industrial buildings are the place to be for the new urban professional. There’s easy freeway access and more top restaurants and bars than anywhere else in the city. SOMA draws people from other cosmopolitan cities because it has a true urban feel. Entertainment and culture abound at Yerba Buena, SFMOMA, and at the SOMA. Most are newer construction on busy one-way thoroughfares like Harrison and Folsom or old warehouse alleys like Clara and Ritch. If you buy here, it’s likely your building will be flanked by light industrial businesses like auto shops and fabric wholesalers. An exception to this rule is the area right around Yerba Buena, where residents walk to movies, restaurants, and venues. Another pocket of SOMA with a more intimate feel is Langton Street, between Howard and Harrison, with its tree-lined blocks and slightly older architecture.