San Francisco has a variety of neighborhoods that pack a lot of charm, but the South of Market area (referred to as SoMa) is a style move for eager young professionals seeking high-rise living with close access to downtown. If you’re looking for a chance to rub elbows with start-up tech founders, SoMa is the right place. Not only does SoMa provide a lot of convenience for those working downtown, but the area is also known as a haven for arts and sophistication.
September is one of the best months of the year to be in San Francisco. It’s typically one of the warmest months and most of the tourists have gone back home allowing locals to enjoy the beautiful weather and the many free outdoor (and indoor) events.
Fall is arriving soon, but don’t worry – Summer hasn’t officially ended yet. The Bay Area’s great weather still provides ample opportunity to visit your favorite spots and soak up the sun. Being a coastal city has definite advantages. Not only does San Francisco itself hold some great beach opportunities, but there are tons of beaches and day trips a short drive away. So, pack up your beach tote and put on your sandals because you’ll want to visit these great destinations.
Like most millennial labels, “craft cocktail” is a decidedly vague description. For the purpose of this article, we’re focusing on the crafted angle. House-made mixes, carefully thought-out recipes, and meticulously built beverages. Everything else—the décor, the environment, the “cool” factor—is just window dressing. But impressive window dressing, furnishings, and ambiance can definitely turn a spectacular cocktail into an epic one.
RentSFNow is proud to partner with Veritas Investments to support a truly inspiring charity. Yat-Pang Au, the CEO and Founder of Veritas, learned of a San Francisco start-up that was doing some really amazing work in other parts of the world. The company is called New Story, and their mission is to build life-changing communities.