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(all data current as of 6/10/2013)
- $299,000 : 412 Green St, Unit A, San Francisco0 beds, 1.00 baths
- $529,000 : 444 Francisco St, Unit 205, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $749,000 : 455 Vallejo St, Unit PH6, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $629,000 : 851 Van Ness, Unit 402, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 baths
- $798,000 : 1483 Sutter St, Unit 1401, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $399,000 : 81 Frank Norris, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $771,000 : 1788 Clay St, Unit 103, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $2,499,000 : 1150 Sacramento St, Unit 303, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $1,050,000 : 1000 North Point St, Unit 1002, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 baths
- $848,000 : 51 Bernard St, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 baths
- $550,000 : 140 Van Ness Ave, Unit 502, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $998,000 : 1720 Clay St, Unit 14, San Francisco2 beds, 2.50 baths
- $795,000 : 1540 Jones St, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $995,000 : 1550 Jones St, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $1,495,000 : 1333 Jones St, Unit 907, San Francisco1 bed, 2.00 baths
- $850,000 : 1000 North Point, Unit 309, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 baths
- $995,000 : 1250 Jones St, Unit 902, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $449,000 : 750 Van Ness Ave, Unit 1203, San Francisco0 beds, 1.00 baths
- $305,000 : 601 Van Ness Ave, Unit 548, San Francisco0 beds, 1.00 baths
- $2,500,000 : 611 Jones St, San Francisco3 beds, 2.00 baths
- $699,000 : 2124 Hyde St, Unit 6, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 baths
- $1,049,000 : 1437 Sacramento St, San Francisco2 beds, 1.50 baths
- $995,000 : 2550 Polk St, Unit 2550, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 baths
- $549,000 : 1299 Bush St, Unit 404, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $759,500 : 1650 Jackson St, Unit 907, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $850,000 : 1450 Greenwich St, Unit 401, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $1,236,000 : 1788 Clay St, Unit 703, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $549,000 : 1299 Bush St, Unit 301, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $799,000 : 1101 Pacific, Unit 301, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 baths
- $639,000 : 900 Bush, Unit 815, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $3,400,000 : 1070 Green St, Unit 1501, San Francisco3 beds, 3.50 baths
- $695,000 : 1650 Jackson St, Unit 305, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $7,000,000 : 945 Green St, Unit 7, San Francisco3 beds, 4.00 baths
- $835,000 : 600 Chestnut St, Unit 111, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $425,000 : 650 Turk St, Unit T807, San Francisco0 beds, 1.00 baths
- $1,150,000 : 37 Midway St, Unit 3, San Francisco2 beds, 2.50 baths
- $8,000,000 : 1089 Chestnut St, San Francisco6 beds, 7.50 baths
- $3,395,000 : 1011 Green St, San Francisco3 beds, 2.50 baths
- $795,000 : 19 Jansen St, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $1,599,888 : 690 Market St, Unit 1803, San Francisco2 beds, 2.50 baths
- $695,000 : 21 Jansen St, San Francisco2 beds, 1.00 baths
- $745,000 : 101 Lombard, Unit 108E, San Francisco1 bed, 1.50 baths
- $1,100,000 : 850 Powell St, Unit 602, San Francisco2 beds, 2.50 baths
- $569,000 : 1332 Leavenworth St, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $1,595,000 : 989 Sutter St, Unit 301, San Francisco4 beds, 3.50 baths
- $1,695,000 : 2164 Hyde St, Unit 201, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $595,000 : 630 Leavenworth St, Unit 4, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
- $650,000 : 201 Sansome, Unit 1105, San Francisco1 bed, 1.00 baths
- $259,000 : 83 Mcallister, Unit 309, San Francisco0 beds, 1.00 baths
- $925,000 : 1001 Pine St, Unit 1101, San Francisco2 beds, 2.00 baths
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San Francisco District 8 Community Information
Chinatown, Financial District, Nob Hill, North Beach, North Waterfront, Russian Hill, Telegraph Hill, Union Square, Van Ness / Civic Center
San Francisco District 8 is where San Francisco’s history all began. From Fisherman’s Wharf up and over the hills to the borders of the Tenderloin and west to the Civic Center complex, home to the newly restored City Hall with its 14 carat golden dome, one of the finest examples of Beaux Arts buildings in the the country. City Hall is neighbored by the grand buildings of Louise B. Davies Hall, the Opera House, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium plus more. On any given Sunday you can hear in the tenderloin gospel music at Glide Memorial Church to the magnificent sounds of Grace Cathedrals organ while ending your day w/ jazz at one of the many North Beach haunts.
Nob Hill was the spot on which all the Big Four railroad magnates ( Charles Crocker, Mark Hopkins, Leland Stanford and Collis Huntington) lost their palatial mansions to the infamous fire of 1906. What you will find now on Nob Hill are luxury hotels such as Fairmont, Mark Hopkins, Stanford Court and the Huntington. A few elegant mansions, expensive highrises with crisply dressed doormen, a few homes or buildings by Julia Morgan. Sharing this world famous square is the Masonic Auditorium, Grace Cathedral, and the Huntington Park which provides a playground for the nannies of the wealthy to the annual Junior League Open Market. The historic cable car barn pulling all the cable cars by massive drums with standing-room – only loads of tourists and locals up and down the hills from Union Square to Aquatic Park. No hill in San Francisco’s District 8 can boast of more history than Nob Hill!
Telegraph Hill, formerly known as ” Goat Hill” by the many Italians who lived in this quarter, has lovely vistas that are shared by quaint single-family homes and apartments which are coveted due to the proximity to the financial district and nightlife of North Beach. Lillie Hitchcock Coit, a poker-playing, cigarette-smoking millionaire who loved to ride on fire trucks and became an honorary member of the Knickerbocker Engine Company No. #5, bequeathed one-third of her fortune to having a monument, Coit Tower, built on the very top of Telegraph Hill. Today, Coit Tower homes the revolutionary frescoes of Diego Rivera and other less known painters who were financed by the Federal Art project of 1933. Hundreds of tourist a day can be counted while by night lovers parked to enjoy the city lights laid out like a blanket, just steps away from the surviving wooden houses from the 1906 fire that once covered the hill.
Russian Hill homes with an eclectic assortment of 19th century Italianate facades, apartments, condos and single-family residences to structures designed by famous architects such as Willis Polk share this arena. Also, Vallejo Street Crest District w/ its National Register of Historic Places site to the infamous “crookedest street in the world” Lombard Street are all used as settings of countless books and films. Several lovely parks, plenty of good restaurants, and shopping on Polk and Hyde streets make this a highly sought after urban and centrally located area to live or rent.
Financial District, directly south of North Beach, claims this predominately commercial center of historic banks, highrise office buildings, a smattering of upscale apartments and condominiums and TransAmerica Pyramid. The Jackson Square Park is the only green space for a respit from the hurried environment of commerce all around. Portsmouth Square with its many Chinese grandmas practicing their Tai Chi daily is the opening of Chinatown to the west.
Nestled between Nob Hill, the Financial District and North Beach you can find Chinatown. As SFGate describes it, “The reality of Chinatown is that there are two Chinatowns: One belongs to the locals, the other charms the tourists. They overlap and dance with each other, drawing more visitors annually than the Golden Gate Bridge. Why the popularity? Because visitors expect something they won’t find anywhere else. They expect to be stunned and enchanted and stuffed with great food. You don’t need an itinerary to tackle Chinatown. Wandering aimlessly, weaving between locals and ducking into shops is enough of a plan. Main Street for tourists is Grant Avenue, which is more about cheap and kitschy plastic Buddhas than the long heritage of Chinatown.” **
The North Waterfront includes, “Fisherman’s Wharf… Roughly speaking it encompasses the northern waterfront area of San Francisco’s District 8 from Ghirardelli Square or Van Ness Street east to Pier 35 or Kearny Street. It is mainly a tourist attraction, known for being the location of Pier 39, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, Ghirardelli Square, ferry rides to Alcatraz and restaurants that serve seafood, most notably dungeness crab. Transportation to Fisherman’s Wharf can be an attraction of itself, the F Market runs through the area, the Powell-Hyde cable car lines runs to Aquatic Park, at the edge of Fisherman’s Wharf, and the Powell-Mason cable car line runs a few blocks away. Other popular areas in SF District 8, such as Chinatown, Lombard Street and North Beach are all located in proximity to Fisherman’s Wharf.” *
SFGate says, “Union Square, one of San Francisco’s main retail and cultural centers, also refers to the actual park bordered by Geary, Powell, Post and Stockton streets. Set aside as a park in 1850 and named before the start of the Civil War as a tribute to the frequent demonstrations in support of the Union troop, the park got a major renovation and restoration in 2002.” **
Though not officially a residential neighborhood, the Van Ness/Civic Center area has its share of live/work lofts as well as the somewhat infamous 151 Alice B. Toklas Pl. Named after San Francisco’s eccentric inhabitant who died in 1967, she is best known for her cookbook filled with “cannabis concoctions”. *
* source – Wikipedia
** source – SFGate
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