South Beach was once an industrial shipping area full of warehouses and docks but has evolved into one of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhoods for both entertainment and living.
This hip, upscale neighborhood is home to dozens of epicurean options, small boutiques and luxury storefronts, entertainment options, and nightlife. Like many other transformed San Francisco neighborhoods, South Beach has emerged as a leader and as a destination.
With some of the best weather in the city, this waterfront neighborhood boasts all the sunny day activities imaginable. At its southern edge is AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants. Further up the coast is the Embarcadero, attracting joggers, cyclists, runners, and power-walkers that enjoy the optimum outdoor experience. Further up to its most northeastern edge are up-close-and-personal views of the Bay Bridge.
The neighborhood is filled with some of the city’s most renowned restaurants, bars, and nightclubs that attract people from around the Bay Area. Homes in South Beach come in a variety of property styles including a large number of condominiums and lofts, with an interesting mix of trendy new loft/condo developments and historic loft conversions.
Whether you are living, working, or playing in South Beach, it offers many must-do experiences for locals and tourists alike.