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SoMa

South of Market: where the Giants play in your backyard and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is right around the corner.

 

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South of Market: where the Giants play in your backyard and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is right around the corner.

Situated just south of Market Street in San Francisco, SOMA encompasses bohemian neighborhoods such as South Beach and Mission Bay. Originally rising to prominence as an industrial district during the early 1900s, the warehouse-centric area is now dotted with Edwardian homes that were built after the 1906 fire, postmodern houses that cropped up afterward on undeveloped lots, and swanky new condo buildings with sky-high lofts that speak to a new way of life. On average, homes in SOMA sell for $907,000, with most receiving multiple offers and selling within weeks. It’s a highly competitive real estate market due to its enviable location and convenient access to world-class museums, restaurants, and parks. The bustling community is also populated with multiple tech startups.

SOMA is home to the waterfront Oracle Park (where the Giants play baseball) as well as pulsing nightclubs and upscale eateries. Housed in a historic building, Saison is a two-Michelin-starred restaurant with an ever-changing menu inspired by French and American influences. All of the cooking revolves around wood fire, and chef Laurent Gras regularly utilizes fresh produce and goods from local fishermen, ranchers, and farmers. Gourmands will also fancy a visit to Bar Agricole, a contemporary tavern that serves up California-influenced cuisine and avant-garde cocktails.

While the culinary options are a definite draw, SOMA is perhaps best known as a museum hub. Residents are able to easily access everything from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to the Museum of the African Diaspora to the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. History buffs will welcome the chance to spend time at the Old Mint (which was designated as the San Francisco Mint from 1874 to 1937 and reopened to the public in 2012) or the California Historical Society (which features rotating exhibits that speak to the Golden State’s storied past).

The area is also home to theater companies such as Boxcar Theater, the Lamplighters, and Theatre Rhinoceros, so lovers of the arts are sure to enjoy living so close to a plethora of high-caliber options. From the food to the theater to the museums, SOMA is a hip cultural destination certain to appeal to anyone looking for a trendy place to call home.
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