Bayview / Candlestick Point / Little Hollywood
Bayview is a mix of old and new – with long-time residents living next to young artists, and trendy, tech professionals. Old warehouses in Bayview are actually open work spaces inside for glass blowers, jewelers, and musicians. And historic landmarks like the Bayview Opera and Sam Jordan’s Bar are neighbors with new craft breweries and modern condos. Bayview’s waterfront and close proximity to the Financial district make the area very attractive to newcomers.
Candlestick is home to new developments such as Candlestick Cove and Candlestick Point condos, which are modern residences conveniently located near the T-3rd light rail, Muni bus stops, Bayshore Caltrain and BART. Candlestick is also walking distance to Candlestick Point State Rec Area – which is a 170-acre park with hiking trails, bike paths, fire pits and windsurfing.
Little Hollywood is a neighborhood not too many San Franciscans know about because it is a hidden gem located in between Bayshore Boulevard and Bayshore Freeway. It’s the city’s smallest neighborhood at one square mile, with less than 1,000 residents living in it. A very family-friendly place that feels like a little town on the edge of San Francisco.
District 10 sits on the jagged southeastern edge of San Francisco and includes the neighborhoods of Bayview-Hunters Point, Candlestick Point and Little Hollywood. This area excite developers and planners as large plots of sparsely populated land have the potential to become bustling communities where people kayak, jog and enjoy the gaze of glistening residential towers and brand new community buildings.
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