Lower Nob Hill offers a little something for everyone – commuters, artists, and anyone looking for a good time. With a touch of Nob Hill elegance, a dash of Tenderloin vibrancy, and a pinch of good old-fashioned convenience, Lower Nob Hill combines the best of each world into a character all its own.
Nob Hill is so beautiful, it’s hard to believe that people actually live here. But they do…and you can too. Ride the cable cars up and down the hills. Escape the hustle and bustle with your dog in Huntington Park, with its OMG views (or leave the pup at home and bring your laptop – there are outlets available at each tree!)
Picture yourself in Russian Hill, you look pretty good, don’t you? This photogenic neighborhood is home to many of the city’s A-list attractions. Lombard’s crooked curves, Hyde Street Cable Cars, and panoramic views of the Bay keep visitors endlessly entertained and residents in awe of the place they call home.
What’s in a name? Mission Dolores and its namesake park pack a lot of charm into a small, Inner Mission footprint. Surrounded by rolling hills, this sheltered area is sunnier than many other areas. This relative warmth brings beer-cooler toting crews, tennis players, and dog-walkers to Dolores Park year-round.
Hayes Valley’s location is pretty stellar if being central is your goal. This small, cozy collection of blocks is nestled the heart of the city. Bordered by Haight-Ashbury, Western Addition/NOPA, SoMa, and Civic Center, there are few places in San Francisco that aren’t directly accessible from the area.