The soul of San Francisco, The Mission District embodies old and new San Francisco both. Lively and colorful, The Mission has a diverse population of people, from immigrants and their families to tech-boom millionaires. “The Mish” as it is known to those who began populating the area during the rise of the dot-coms is a cultural mecca of art houses, nightlife venues and converted warehouses that now house a variety of upscale shops. The Mission is San Francisco’s food magnet with remarkable food establishments, from Michelin-rated dining rooms to street food vendors. In The Mission, it is a quick, flat walk to nearly anything a resident could want: grocery stores, novelty shops, the newest and trendiest exercise clubs, and of course, coffee houses. As the beating pulse of The City, The Mission is home to the museum district, Dolores Park and Mission Park, and is BART and MUNI Metro accessible.
Housing throughout the Mission District is varied—from charming Victorian cottages to old warehouses that have been cleared and lovingly converted into modern open-air housing with soaring ceilings.
A haven for those who enjoy feeling the pulse of colorful San Francisco, the Mission District offers all the vibrancy and excitement of modern city life while being perfectly situated in a historically-rich neighborhood.
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