Alamo Square is defined by ornate, historic homes and its picturesque namesake, Alamo Square Park. This four-block neighborhood focal point is home to abundant green grass, tennis courts, stunning skyline views, and the tourist (and Full House)-friendly “Painted Ladies” Victorians.
This quiet enclave also boasts easy access to Divisadero Street and myriad bars, casual restaurants, boutiques, and entertainment options. Grocery shoppers and ice cream enthusiasts flock to Bi-Rite; concertgoers can grab drinks at neighborhood dive and Ethiopian food purveyor Club Waziema (which, in a previous life as Club Morocco, hosted performances by legends like James Brown and Billie Holliday), then head to The Independent to catch rising talent.
Alamo Square is vintage San Francisco at its unique, stately, and postcard-worthy best.
Available Apartments in Alamo Square
Buildings in Alamo Square
Alamo Square Map
Explore Alamo Square
Alamo Square is bordered by Webster Street on the east, Golden Gate Avenue on the north, Divisadero Street on the west, and Fell Street on the south. Haight-Ashbury and Hayes Valley are nearby, and several Muni bus lines, including the 5, 21, 22, and 24, serve commuters in the area.