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Richmond District Seacliff

Local campaign signs in the Richmond District are printed in Chinese, Cyrillic and English, reflecting the neighborhood's

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Sunset District

Like the Richmond , the Sunset District began as part of “The Outside Lands,” a vast expanse of sand between The City

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Lakeshore

Despite its very urban location along the Pacific Ocean, the Lakeshore might be San Francisco's most “midwestern”

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Pacific/Presido Heights

Every home in Pacific Heights has at least a million-dollar view. The neighborhood is 375 feet above sea level at its highest  

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Forest Hills West Portal

The original 1913 real estate sales pamphlet for the exclusive Forest Hill “residence park” said it was “fully 

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Oceanview Ingleside

Oceanview's Alemany Boulevard traces the route of the old Ocean Shore Railroad, and the village of Oceanview

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St. Francis Wood

According to a 1998 San Francisco Examiner poll, home buyers in St. Francis Wood are some of the city's most satisfied residents.

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Twin Peaks Diamond Heights

Mt. Davidson is the city's tallest hill, at 938 feet above sea level, and is crowned by a controversial 100-foot cross. 

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Haight-Ashbury

Janis Joplin and Jerry Garcia hung out in this world-renowned district back in the day -- and it would blow their minds to see 

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Western Addition

The Western Addition is San Francisco 's original melting pot, its most ethnically and economically diverse district 

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Marina Cow Hollow

Unprecedented opportunities for people-watching compete with the picturesque views of the Golden Gate Bridge 

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Hayes Valley

Today's Hayes Valley was reborn from the rubble of the 1989 earthquake. This tiny neighborhood came to light 

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Eureka Valley The Castro

Ground zero for the City's gay population, The Castro has a colorful history and continues to attract both gay and

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Noe Valley Glen Park

The secret is out - these formerly quiet, secluded, working-class neighborhoods on the east slope of Twin Peaks

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Outer Mission Crocker Amazon

The Outer Mission offers small single family homes and a few Victorians, as well as a convenient commute via I-280.

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Visitacion Valley

Townhouses, apartments and some single-family homes in this area appeal to a diverse mix of young workers and families.

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Bernal Heights

This neighborhood has a strong community base and many longtime residents own their homes. Redevelopment efforts

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Mission District

Home to Mission Dolores, the Mission District is a thriving, friendly, and diverse community of predominately Latino

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Tenderloin

The Tenderloin is benefiting from the real estate boom and the development South of Market. This neighborhood

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Nob Hill Russian Hill

"Snob" Hill was home to Stanford, Crocker, Hopkins and Huntington, the railroad magnates, and now hotels

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North Beach Telegraph Hill

A new generation of Italian immigrants is revitalizing the restaurants and shops in North Beach, but Lawrence

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South of Market (SOMA)

This is one of the hottest areas of The City, with development going at a breakneck pace. The museum district

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South Beach

South Beach is an upscale neighborhood close to the Financial District, located on a stretch of our great waterfront.

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China Basin

This dense, urban area continues to develop at a breakneck pace. The museum district is flourishing, with the Museum of

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Potrero Hill Hunters Point

sunny pocket on the city’s southeastern side, Potrero Hill is another village within the city, with a strong sense of community

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