Despite its very urban location along the Pacific Ocean, the Lakeshore might be San Francisco's most “midwestern” district – a place where you can pick up a pair of sunglasses from the Sunglass Hut in Stonestown Galleria (a real live suburban mall) and wear them to go fishing in Lake Merced (a real live freshwater lake), skeet shooting at a real live gun club near the lake, or golfing at one of the two city-owned courses. The last neighborhood in the city to be developed, the Lakeshore offers predominately senior housing in the Park Merced towers, apartment buildings and condos for San Francisco State students, and larger, detached single-family homes.