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Land's End Trails allows you to bring along your dog while you hike on any of their trails. You can also bring your leashed dog to the trails in Golden Gate Park. You will find plenty of pet friendly hotels, resorts, and bed and breakfast properties in the city.
In fact, there are over 50 of them to choose from. When comparing properties be sure to ask about their pet fee so you are not surprised later. Medium - up to 50LBS. Pets allowed based on the availability of pet friendly rooms.
Up to 2 dogs per room with an 80 pound weight limit. Additional pet types c It is roughly bordered by Kirkham Street to the north, Rivera Street to the south, 8th Avenue to the east and 17th Avenue to the west.
Grand View Park is a park on a hill on the northern side of the neighborhood; Golden Gate Heights Park and Hawk Hill Park are on hills on the southern side of the neighborhood. The neighborhood is served by three Muni rail lines and several bus lines.
The commercial center of the neighborhood runs along Ocean Avenue, which offers a range of shopping and dining institutions. The Lakeview and Ashton Mini Park is capped by a rocky outcropping providing views of the ocean and all directions. Ingleside Terraces  is an affluent neighborhood of approximately homes  built at the former location of the Ingleside Racetrack  in the southwestern part of San Francisco. The main local event that occurs is the Annual Sundial Park Picnic, in which the local residents host bicycle, chariot, and wagon racing.
The Inner Sunset is the northeastern-most corner of the Sunset District. The commercial district around 9th Avenue and Irving Street is its general center.
The neighborhood features the historic Catholic church, St. Anne of the Sunset, which was the original Catholic parish for the Sunset District and has stood at 14th and Judah for more than years.
Today, most would place the Inner Sunset's western border at 19th Avenue. However, historically, the Inner Sunset's borders extend out to 20th Avenue where the former Market Street Railway Company's 17 line used to run. A six-block neighborhood, adjacent to the North Beach and Chinatown located immediately north of the Transamerica Pyramid.
Jordan Park is a small neighborhood in the northern portion of San Francisco , bordered by Arguello Boulevard to the west, Geary Boulevard to the south, California Street to the north and Parker Avenue to the east.
It is sometimes included as part of the Laurel Heights neighborhood or the Inner Richmond. The Lake Street neighborhood provides ease of access to commercial strips on Geary and Clement streets in the Richmond, points north and south via Route 1, biking and hiking trails, and downtown San Francisco.
Lakeshore is north of Stonestown, south of Parkside, west of Lakeside, and east of the Zoo. Lakeshore Plaza is also located here. Laurel Heights is a neighborhood to the south of the Presidio and east of the Richmond District. Little Hollywood is a small neighborhood in the southeastern edge of San Francisco. Little Russia is a concentration of Russian-speaking immigrants along Geary Boulevard between the Russian Cathedral of the Holy Virgin at 27th Avenue and the Russian Renaissance restaurant at 17th Avenue, in the Richmond District, both established in the s.
The term is in local unofficial use. The neighborhood was established in the s, with subsequent arrivals in the s, s from China and the Philippines and the "Third Wave" in the s and s. Additional limited immigration took place after the breakup of the Soviet Union in the s and s. The area borders Japantown to the east, the Western Addition to the south, Pacific Heights to the north and Laurel Heights to the west.
This area of Nob Hill was rebuilt after the earthquake as a fireproof multi-story walk-to-work residential area  and is considered to be part of Nob Hill. Lower Nob Hill is also home to the first high-rise condominium   in California.
Merced Heights, also known as Lakeview, is a neighborhood in the southwestern part of the city, west of the Ingleside and Oceanview neighborhoods. There is also a "mini-park" at Randolph and Bright. Created as a single housing development in the late s. Clarendon Avenue where it joins Twin Peaks Boulevard borders the neighborhood on the north and west. Panorama Drive winds through the neighborhood. Portola Drive borders the neighborhood's southern edge. Sutro Tower is on the northern side of Midtown Terrace, and the winding portion of Twin Peaks Boulevard that takes viewers to the Twin Peaks lookout forms the neighborhood's eastern edge.
Portola Drive borders Miraloma Park to the north, and the neighborhood of Sunnyside is to the south. The new UCSF research campus at Mission Bay is part of the rapid growth of a new neighborhood of office buildings and luxury condominiums being built in an area that was formerly an industrial area dominated by rail yards.
The Dogpatch neighborhood lies to the south of it. It is named after the Spanish Mission Dolores settlement of , and is a sub-area of the much larger Mission District. The location of the Mission Dolores was chosen because of proximity to the Yelamu grouping of the Ramaytush band of Ohlone -speaking peoples living in the villages of Chutchui and Sitlintac on Mission Creek which date to approximately A. That document outlines the historic importance of the neighborhood.
It can be found on the Planning Department's web site. Mission Terrace is a neighborhood in the south-central part of San Francisco.
It is bounded on the north and west by Interstate , to the east by Mission St. Balboa Park and the Balboa Park Station are located in its southwest corner. Monterey Heights is a small neighborhood on the western slope of Mount Davidson. Mount Davidson is not a neighborhood per se, but rather is encircled by the Miraloma Park neighborhood. Used to be called Western Addition. It was up until 10 years ago real estate agent tried to up this neighborhood by calling it NOPA.
NoPa is a sub-neighborhood of the greater Western Addition. It is bordered by Interstate to the south and east, Lakeview Avenue to the north and Orizaba Avenue to the west. Oceanview, also referred to as Lakeview by the natives of the community, has a rich history. Particularly noteworthy is its African American community, who migrated there in the s from the Western Addition and Bayview neighborhoods. Many African-Americans, who had migrated to the Bay Area for work during the war, secured good-paying jobs and settled permanently in new homes in Ingleside, Merced Heights and Oceanview when the war ended.
Fueled by vacant land in Merced Heights and Oceanview, the post-war housing boom, the desire to own their own homes, and the already significant presence of African-Americans in the neighborhoods, the black population exploded from to While some whites moved out, generally to suburban tracts heavily marketed to them, the number of blacks living in OMI increased twelvefold from in to 7, in , while the citywide black population less than doubled 43, in to 74, in There is anecdotal evidence that African-Americans moved to the OMI after being displaced by the first phase of urban renewal in the Western Addition the A-1 Project in the late s.
Relocation records, while incomplete, show that the vast majority of displaced residents of the Western Addition found nearby accommodations. Of the 3, households of all races family and single households living in the project area in , about 2, moved without relocation assistance and to unknown whereabouts. By , the OMI had matured into a middle-class district of single-family, owner-occupied homes.
In recent years, the OMI has witnessed an influx of Asian-American and other ethnic groups, making it one of San Francisco's most diverse neighborhoods. Stern Grove borders the neighborhood to the south. Polk Gulch, a section of Polk Street is sometimes defined as the commercial section of Polk Street, roughly between Eddy Street to the south and California Street to the north. The Polk Corridor Business Association has announced in June the local business owners intend to publicize the neighborhood as "Polk Village"     .
Route to the east, Mansell Street to the south, University Street to the west and the Southern Freeway Interstate to the north. Originally settled after the earthquake by Jewish and Italian immigrants, the area evolved into a community populated by nurserymen and their families who grew much of the city's flower crop there and uphill to the west in the Portola Heights extension. The Portola was also once home to a significant population of Maltese immigrants and settlers  and at one time the Maltese Consulate.
According to the U. Census , the Asian population in the Portola has been steadily increasing since the s. Portola Place is a new development located in the Bayview district, and used to be a brewery. Presidio Heights is a small, affluent neighborhood located between the Presidio and the Laurel Heights neighborhood. There are shopping districts on Sacramento Street and on California Street in the neighborhood. Rincon Hill, one of the hills of San Francisco, was a former industrial, and now a developing highrise neighborhood located south of the Financial District, in the South of Market area, as it also serves as an anchor to the Bay Bridge.
Due to its proximity to downtown, following the Gold Rush this was San Francisco's first affluent neighborhood, but later became mostly industrial. Most of the natural landscape was demolished in the s to make way for the Bay Bridge.
After several iterations of comprehensive planning, the hill is transitioning into a pedestrian oriented, high density, mixed use neighborhood. The neighborhood is again becoming one of the premier residential spots in San Francisco with the addition of many luxury buildings, the close proximity to the water, and the increase in green space and public parks. Sherwood Forest is a small neighborhood on the south western slope of Mount Davidson , with Dalewood Way to the north and east and Lansdale Avenue to the south and west.
Silver Terrace is a neighborhood in the south eastern corner of San Francisco, between the Bayview and Portola neighborhoods. Route to the west. A tunnel used by Caltrain runs under Silver Terrace. The South Beach neighborhood encompasses the moderately affluent, medium-density mixed-use blocks which border The Embarcadero and King Street from south of the Bay Bridge down to 3rd Street.
From two blocks inland westward is the South of Market neighborhood, and from south of Townsend Street and west of 3rd Street begins China Basin.
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