You don’t have to be a carnivore to appreciate the Tenderloin. It’s a rich stew of local characters, tourists from Union Square, civic-minded art students and tech professionals with a thirst for nightly adventures. Ethnic eateries, cool culinary pop-ups, and modern speakeasies add spice to the social scene. Whichever way you slice it, the Tenderloin is San Francisco’s newest “it” neighborhood.
Just around the corner from Lers Ros, Saigon Sandwich, and Brenda’s French Soul Food, you will not go hungry here in the Tenderloin neighborhood. 635 Ellis is just a few blocks from Bart, giving you full access to the greater Bay Area and is in walking distance to the FiDi, the Civic Center, and SoMa. This classic San Francisco Edwardian offers a pet-friendly policy, updated finishes, and some with dishwashers. Common areas include on-site laundry and elevator. Live downtown and you’re never far from home.
Building FactsNeighborhood: Tenderloin
Year Built: 1914
Residential Units: 18
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