- Current Prices:$550,000 to $2,295,000
- Closed Prices:$455,000 to $7,200,000
- Median Sale Price:$860,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$1070
- Association Fee Ranges:$0 to $1215,$270 to $3011/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1900 to 2017
- Sq. Ft.:341 to 4,610Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 4Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 4Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes:less than 1/8 - 1/2 acres
This community has numerous amenities available for residents to enjoy.
Looking to buy a new home? The community of Downtown San Francisco features a wonderful variety of designs to choose from.
Where to Live
Living in Downtown can be tricky and pricey; you could end up in a small walk-up apartment in a mildly attractive multi-unit building or pay more for a high-rise condo. While the shopping and partying scenes are to rave for, the options for living come with some unappealing amenities. The neighborhood offers plenty of studio apartments along Bush Street in mid to high-rise buildings. There's also the option of community apartments, such as extended stay hotels and short-term stay properties that draw its own unique crowd and it's an affordable alternative for city dwelling.
Where to Eat
Downtown's culinary scene is vast and plentiful. From Market to Bush Street, you can find a variety of dining options, such as a lobster roll or a maple bacon cupcake at the mall or casual restaurants, coffee shops, and diners. Downtown is also known for all its fast food and grab-and-go lunch eateries. On Powell Street, you can get jumbo slices of pizza or a salted pretzel from a street vendor, and along Sutter and Post Streets, you can find some good bar food, casual restaurants, or healthy cuisine.
What You'll See
In Downtown you can expect to see a diverse crowd from all walks of life. There are tourists walking around, business professionals rushing to work, kids hanging outside of the mall, and police officers controlling traffic. Market and Bush Streets are some of the many busy thoroughfares where you will see an equivalent amount of foot and vehicle traffic. You can expect to see lots of craft vendors along the sidewalk on Market Street or around Union Square, as well as street performers on Powell Street next to the massive line for cable car rides.
Friday Night Fun
Downtown's Friday night vibe depends on where you exist in the crowd. You're guaranteed to have some fun in any part of the area. The younger crowd hangs out at the modern movie theater or they go ice skating in Union Square during the winter. There's bowling alleys, art galleries, restaurants, lounges, and upscale bars scattered throughout the neighborhood as well. There are also plenty of lounges and dance clubs along the major thoroughfares for the more mature party crowd.
The Perfect Sunday
A perfect Sunday in Downtown consists of shopping or just window-shopping at the high-end boutiques down Market Street. You can also check out the chocolate samples at the fudge stand for a sweet treat. Try a matinee at the theater that's located on top of a popular retailer building and then walk over to Geary Street for lunch on top of the Macy's building overlooking Union Square.
Wide selection of restaurants • Shopping on Market Street • Entertainment options.
Locals Don't Love
Traffic on main streets • High cost of living • Crowds and tourists.
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