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.
Lower Nob Hill packages a laid-back feel and tons of overlap appeal with a prime, central location. Walk to sterling entertainment on Polk Street, Union Square shopping, FiDi business buzz, and Nob Hill’s polished heights. Whether your taste is to-die-for pastries at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse, Liholiho Yacht Club’s approachably upscale atmosphere (and amazing food), a true dive with pinball and a fireplace like Summer Place, or all of the above, Lower Nob Hill knows how to work and play.
Plentiful cafes, bars, and restaurants make Lower Nob Hill a hub for San Francisco nightlife. Brave the lines at hole-in-the-wall Mensho Tokyo Ramen (it’s worth it), decompress with a glass of wine at Resolute, or indulge in old-school glamor at Harry Denton’s Starlight Room – you name it, Lower Nob Hill’s got it.
Lower Nob Hill is perfect for Tech and FiDi commuters who love its proximity to Powell Street BART, myriad MUNI stations, and access to tech shuttles. This urban bedroom community is bound by Geary Street to the south, California Street to the north, Hyde Street to the west, and Powell Street to the east.