Central East San Francisco Apartments for Rent

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San Francisco is a unique city in the world, consisting of neighborhoods that hug the hills, nestle in the valleys, ride along the bay or march in stately progression to the Pacific Ocean.

Central East San Francisco incorporates Highway 101, rides Potrero Hill, and hugs the San Francisco Bay. This section of San Francisco is in the 94124 zip code and incorporates several unique neighborhoods and some industrial areas.

South of Market is a huge and redeveloping neighborhood of businesses and residential housing. The Giants Ballpark, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Yerba Buena Gardens are the main attractions.

Dog Patch is an industrial area with a lively history and plenty of activity.

Bernal Heights is a delightful secret that is perched on a steep hill. This village hosts markets, sophisticated boutiques, cafes, and neighborhood businesses that support those who live in the quaint bungalows.

The Inner Mission is a vibrant area of wide streets that hosts shops and restaurants that offer the full range of Latin American food and culture.

The Protrero Hill neighborhood is a well kept secret of San Francisco since the lovely homes and bungalows ride above the fog and the neighborhood is bounded by freeways and industrial areas.

Mission Bay is a very high end and relatively new residential neighborhood that was developed in the late 1990s.

South Beach incorporates the mixed used and industrial areas of the Embarcadero, which runs south of the Bay Bridge all the way to Fisherman’s Wharf. The South Beach Yacht Club and Giants Ball Park are in this area.

The Napa Valley is an hour to the east via Interstate Highway 80, offering some of the the finest wines, spas and dining in California. The world renowned Sierra ski country and recreational areas are about 4 hours to the east on Interstate Highway 80.


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