Financial District

Financial District

San Francisco, California Homes for Sale

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About Financial District

The historical Financial District, predominantly a commercial center, is known for being home to all five of San Francisco's fortune 500 companies as well as its beautiful high-rise landscape. The history of this neighborhood depicts the Gold Rush era and how the Financial District grew into the prestigious area it is today. You can see displays of gold medallion emblems throughout the neighborhood that are amazing to see. The neighborhood, which is at the tail end of Downtown San Francisco, is full of crowds, tourists, working professionals, and bustling high-end restaurants.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $799,000 to $2,500,000

Closed Prices: $645,000 to $3,750,000

Median Sale Price: $1,425,000

Average $ per sq ft: $1181

Association Fee Ranges: $541 to $1001.01, $844.34 to $948.6/mo

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1900 to 2018

Sq. Ft.: 392 to 2624 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 3 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 3 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 3 acres

Getting Around Financial District

Around Financial District

Most of the dwelling in the Financial District/Barbary Coast is on a temporary basis. Businessmen and women travel to the Hilton near Montgomery Street and rent out suites for stretches at a time while in town on business. On Bush Street you can find luxury condos at a very expensive price or single-family homes on Sansome Street that are inhabited by working professionals and singles.

The culinary scene in the Financial District/Barbary Coast is a popular spot for residents and tourists. Some celebrity chefs can be seen in this area as well as one of San Francisco's oldest restaurants. On California Street, you can enjoy fine dining as well as seafood and Italian cuisine options. You can find sushi burritos on Sansome Street, which is a fan favorite. You can also dine on southern-style food, French cuisine, burgers, or other fusion foods around Pine and Kearny Streets where the options are endless.

Tourists from all over the world come to shop and explore the Financial District/Barbary Coast. The neighborhood is full of high-rise buildings, businesses, restaurants, and retail shops. Young business professionals are rampant in the area walking to work, talking endlessly on cell phones, or having business lunches. Among the working professionals, you may see a few high school students throughout the area hanging out near the Chinatown border. You'll also see plenty of locals and tourists enjoying the sights at Sue Bierman Park.

There's so much to do in the Financial District/Barbary Coast on a Friday night. Take a cable car ride to get to the wine bars and restaurants that are spread throughout the neighborhood. There are food tours that will take you to top-notch restaurants in the area for a taste of famous dishes prepared by celebrity chefs. If you're looking for a good laugh, check out the comedy theater on Battery Street where great headliners come to perform.

Sundays are great to take tours of the Barbary Coast where you can learn about San Francisco's Gold Rush era. You can also visit museums that are located all over the Financial District. Visit the Transamerica building on Montgomery Street where you can try chocolate and browse through the boutique shops.

Locals Love

  • Tours and historical background
  • Plenty of shops and boutiques
  • Dining options

Locals Don't Love

  • Scarce parking
  • Crowds

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