SOMA

Just as the Bay Area is the technology hub of the world, the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood is San Francisco’s ground zero for tech companies. SoMa is home to numerous tech headquarters, including Twitter, Square, Uber, and Zynga. Traditionally a warehouse district, it is now popular for both residential and office uses; in fact, it commands some of the most expensive commercial rents in the country. #LiveWorkPlayHere

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Just as the Bay Area is the technology hub of the world, the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood is San Francisco’s ground zero for tech companies. SoMa is home to numerous tech headquarters, including Twitter, Square, Uber, and Zynga. Traditionally a warehouse district, it is now popular for both residential and office uses; in fact, it commands some of the most expensive commercial rents in the country. SoMa is also the home of several sparkling new luxury apartment buildings that cater to the higher-income professionals working nearby. Meanwhile, the street scene still reflects the transitional nature of the neighborhood, with all income levels represented. 
 

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Nearly every mode of public transit is easily accessible, including BART, Muni, Caltrain, and regional buses. Freeway and bridge access is among the best in San Francisco. With a new subway line and the Central SoMa Plan, this neighborhood is poised to stay a hotbed of economic and social activities.

Schools K-8

Claire Lilienthal Elementary (Public) - Niche Rating 5/5 Stars

Schools K-12

Convent and Stuart Hall (Private) - Niche Rating 4/5 Stars

Schools 9-12

San Francisco University High School (Private) - Niche Rating 4/5 Stars

Lowell High School (Public) - Niche Rating 4/5 Stars 

 

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Shopping and restaurant destinations abound, including many world-class luxury brands and Michelin-starred restaurants nearby such as Luce and Hashiri. Meanwhile, the street scene still reflects the transitional nature of the neighborhood, with all income levels represented. Nearly every mode of public transit is easily accessible, including BART, Muni, Caltrain, and regional buses. Freeway and bridge access is among the best in San Francisco. With a new subway line and the Central SoMa Plan, this neighborhood is poised to stay a hotbed of economic and social activities.

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