Financial District San Francisco: Homes for Sale

 

Financial District San Francisco is a real mixed bag, conforming to no overall image. One block is multinational banks, the next is home to Chinese markets and sidewalk evangelists, and throughout are plenty of upscale department stores, private clubs, smart restaurants, and the other hallmarks of our wonderful city.

 

The city’s tallest buildings, like the 555 California Street and the Transamerica Pyramid (and many other tall buildings such as 101 California Street and 345 California Street) are located here.

 

As the city’s main hotel and shopping district, at the junction of its major transportation lines (including cable cars), it makes a logical starting point for downtown wanderings.

 

Bordering the Financial District -San Francisco’s only real high rise quarter- at the eastern edge of the peninsula.

 

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Where to Eat and Drink in the Financial District at Night

The Financial District is one of the most historic neighborhoods of San Francisco. The infamous Barbary Coast ran right through it the late 1800s and early 1900s, and that history has left an exciting maze of small alley ways and main thoroughfares, full of gems for eating and drinking.

 

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