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View all real estate currently for sale in SOMA. We are synced to San Francisco Association of Realtors (San Francisco Association of Realtors) so when a home has an accepted offer it is removed from our system. Use our online tools to research all SF South of Market property for sale. SOMA is located in San Francisco District 9, along with Bernal Heights Central Waterfront Inner Mission Mission Bay Potrero Hill South Beach

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South of Market (SOMA) has long been home to bars and nightclubs. During the 1980s and 1990s, some of the warehouses there served as the home to the city’s budding underground rave, punk, and independent music scene. However, in recent decades, and mostly due to gentrification and rising rents, these establishments have begun to cater to an upscale and mainstream clientele that subsequently pushed out the underground musicians and its scene. Beginning in the 1990s, older housing stock has been joined by loft-style condominiums, many of which were built under the cover of “live-work” development ostensibly meant to maintain a studio arts community in San Francisco. During the late 1990s, the occupant of the “live-work” loft was more likely to be a “dot-commie”, as South of Market became a local center of the dot-com boom, due to its central location, space for infill housing development, and spaces readily converted into offices.

A major transformation of the neighborhood was planned during the 2000s with the Transbay Terminal Replacement Project, which if funded, is planned to be open by 2013. In addition, new highrise residential projects like One Rincon Hill, 300 Spear Street, and Millennium Tower are transforming the San Francisco skyline. In 2005, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority proposed to raise height limits around the new Transbay Terminal. This led to proposals for more supertall buildings, such as Renzo Piano’s proposal for a group of towers that includes two 1,200-foot towers, two 900-foot towers, and a 600-foot tower. The 1,200-foot towers would have been the tallest buildings in the United States outside of New York City and Chicago. In addition, the Cesar Pelli and Hines Group have also proposed another 1,200-foot (366 m), 80-story office tower. However, the late 2000s recession halted altogether, or canceled outright construction as well as many future development plans for the area. (Source – Wikipedia)

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