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District 8 (Northeast) is the heart of San Francisco. This dynamic part of the city is full of history and is one of the primary business and financial centers in the United States. The nine neighborhoods within the district are Downtown, the Financial District, Nob Hill, North Beach, the North Waterfront, Russian Hill, Telegraph Hill, the Tenderloin, and Van Ness/Civic Center. Although much of District 8 is commercial, residential real estate can be found and includes apartments, condominiums, and single-family homes.
Within the boundaries of District 8 is everything visitors come to San Francisco to see: Fisherman's Wharf and Chinatown, skyscrapers and cable cars, great shopping and world-class restaurants. District 8 is more, however, than a tourist attraction. It is a power center of corporate headquarters and financial institutions. It is a cultural center with theaters and the San Francisco Opera and Ballet. And District 8 is a governmental center, home to the Supreme Court of California, the Court of Appeals, and City Hall.
Residential real estate in District 8 ranges from quaint single-family homes in North Beach to upscale apartments and condos downtown. Russian Hill offers some of the most interesting housing options in the district with elegant homes and outstanding views from the top of the hill. Public transportation is excellent throughout the district, with much of the area being served by cable cars as well as the Muni Metro and BART.
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Despite the fact that District 8 is a busy commercial area, many residential real estate opportunities exist. Luxury condos and apartments can be found in the downtown area, while the outlying neighborhoods have a variety of options from small studio apartments to single-family homes. Nice places are expensive, but your dollars will put you in the midst of the excitement that is San Francisco.
For more information regarding District 8 housing and residential real estate investment opportunities, please contact San Francisco Modern Real Estate.