The central-eastern portion of San Francisco, District 9, is evolving and considered to be one of the most up-and-coming areas in San Francisco. Although some neighborhoods of the district have traditionally been residential, other areas were once home to warehouses, light industry, and shipping yards. Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants and the Mission District are two of the well-known locations.
Being the largest district, each neighborhood has a distinct character; the Mission area is the vibrant and colorful heart of the Latino community. Potrero Hill and Bernal Heights have family-friendly small town atmospheres, while SoMa, South Beach, Yerba Buena, and Mission Bay have edgier city vibes with lofts and condominiums. Dogpatch escaped the destruction of the 1906 earthquake and fire and is the location of some of the oldest homes in San Francisco.
Easy access to Highway 101, 280, and 80 make commuting to all points north, south, east, or west straightforward and convenient.
- Bernal Heights
- Financial District – Barbary Coast
- Central Waterfront – Dogpatch
- Inner Mission
- Mission Bay
- Potrero Hill
- South Beach
- South of Market
- Yerba Buena