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Welcome to South Beach, San Francisco.
This is one of San Francisco's most thrilling and expanding neighborhoods! Located in the heart of the city with easy access to everything, this previously industrial area is subject to more residential construction than anywhere else in San Francisco. People come to live here for the incredible weather, the hustle and bustle, and the proximity to some of the region's largest work centers. Excellent transportation will take you to Mission Bay, SOMA or the Financial District in a heartbeat, and you have the AT&T Park (home of the San Francisco Giants) not even a minute away. Allow yourself to splurge at The Metreon shopping center or devour some of the finest culture available at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. In addition to prime entertainment, you have proximity to all the everyday amenities you could wish for like Starbucks, Borders and Safeway. For eats, no matter what you are hungry for, you'll find a wide range of upscale restaurants in South Beach like the 21st Amendment, Jack Falstaff and Tres Agaves. The list goes on in terms of what's available to you in this sunny epicenter of San Francisco! This colorful and vibrant neighborhood is an architectural fusion with historic lofts and awe-inspiring, leading-edge edifices, like The Beacon and The Watermark. Among South Beach's more desirable spots you'll find the famous South Park, which lies in the very core of the neighborhood. Previously an affluent residential district with luxurious mansions, this area was destroyed by the 1906 earthquake and rebuilt as a terrific park with something for every age to enjoy. Not only does South Beach boast great weather and all the things associated with the big city, it's true to its name with proximity to the water. While not a beach, you have the South Beach Harbor right in your backyard.
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