San Francisco, California Homes for Sale
About Yerba Buena
Current Prices: $416,431 to $14,500,000
Closed Prices: $24,000 to $4,950,000
Median Sale Price: $888,000
Average $ per sq ft: $1530
Association Fee Ranges: $530/quarter, $0 to $3197, $177 to $4591/mo
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1906 to 2018
Sq. Ft.: 244 to 4550 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 4 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 0 to 6 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 1 acres
Getting Around Yerba Buena
Around Yerba Buena
New impressive architecture bring modern amenities to high-rise giants in this neighborhood. And these modern gems come with a hefty price. Expect to pay premium prices for this highly-sought after neighborhood. Yerba Buena offers almost exclusively condominiums in gargantuan buildings - at least by San Francisco standards.
Like one would expect, the restaurants are as eclectic as the culture in this neighborhood. There are beloved culinary options for anyone's preferred palette. Try the very popular hangout The Grove on Mission Street for a cool indoor vibe and excellent fare. The restaurants here favor huge portions with a simple menu, especially on 3rd Street, where unassuming cafes serve extraordinary salads and sandwiches in a casual atmosphere.
Expect professionals, aesthetically-pleasing streets, high-rises, museums, frequently patronized eateries, and family-oriented businesses. World-class hotels and fine dining make this a popular neighborhood for business trips. Home to many of San Francisco's most popular attractions, tourists flock here to enjoy the performing arts, culture, and grandiosity.
Of course the locals here claim to have the city's best nightlife, there are certainly a number of options to support that claim. With salsa-dancing bars and the smooth atmosphere of lounges, there is really something for everyone in Yerba Buena. Wanting something different than bars or lounges, you can take in an opera or ballet. For a sophisticated wine bar experience serving the best local wines, head to Yerba Buena Lane.
This is the area of town to come and experience culture, recapture your childhood, or relax in green space through gardens and parks. Open year-round, Yerba Buena Ice Skating Center is a much cherished spot for locals. In the mood for museum hopping? There are plenty to choose from including the Contemporary Jewish Museum, Cartoon Art Museum, and the famous SF Museum of Modern Art. Visit the Metreon and four-stories of shops, movie theaters, eateries and more.
- Neighborhood diversity
- Cultural hub of SF
Locals Don't Love
- Scarce parking
- Crowded restaurants
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