Central North 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. San Francisco offers a variety of communities and even has micro climates.

Central North San Francisco incorporates the neighborhoods of Japan town, Fillmore, Lower Pacific Heights, Hayes Valley, Haight Ashbury, Alamo Square, and Western Addition. Central North San Francisco is in the 94115 zip code.

Western Addition has Geary Boulevard as a northern boundary and includes some of the newest housing developments in San Francisco.

Fillmore has Geary Boulevard to the north and Golden Gate Avenue to the south. This cultural and historical center of San Francisco boasts many Victorian houses as well as a vibrant history of jazz and blues.

Japan Town has Geary Boulevard as a southern boundary and is a cultural and historical center among Western addition neighborhoods.

Lower Pacific Heights also has Geary Boulevard as a southern boundary and boasts the historic Hamilton Pool and Recreation Center plus some of the vibrant jazz, rock and blues history of San Francisco.

Hayes Valley has Highway 101 to the east and Oak Street to the south. This is a model of upscale urban life and structural preservation. This neighborhood boasts specialty shops and unique cultural centers.

Haight Ashbury lies between Golden Gate Park Panhandle to the north and Fredrick Street to the south. This neighborhood is most well known for the Hippie era, and boasts many Victorian homes, shops, restaurants and other treasures.

Alamo Square has Golden Gate Avenue to the north and Fell Street to the south. At the center is Alamo Park and the famous “Painted Ladies” which are six of the most beautifully preserved and photogenic Victorian houses in the city.


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