- MLS® #: 502742
- 1657 18th Street
- San Francisco, CA 94107
- 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1,138 SqFt
East San Francisco's transition from being a dense, urban playground to a series of quiet, residential neighborhoods happens right around Potrero Hill. Things get busier, livelier and generally more packed with visitors heading north through SoMa up to Fisherman's Wharf — that's about a half-hour on a bike along the Embarcadero. Interstate 290 and US-101 run through Potrero Hill, providing highway connections to San Francisco international airport, the Bay Bridge, downtown San Francisco, Golden Gate and all of the surrounding bay area communities further afield. There's a Caltrain regional rail station at 22nd Street under the freeway, and the main terminal is right at the northern border of the neighborhood in SoMa. (read more about living in Potrero Hill)
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Potrero Hill is centrally located, but most of the residents love it for the feeling of separation from San Francisco's bustling downtown core. It doesn't have quite the same nightlife scene as nearby Castro, SoMa or Mission, and there is nowhere near the density of tourist draws of the northern neighborhoods. Of course, there's still plenty to do.
One of the area's main institutions — one of the city's, for that matter — is Anchor Brewing on Mariposa. The immediate area is full of dining and shopping options, especially along 18th Street. To the east, there's another, more contemporary corridor along 3rd Street, giving way to apartment complexes in the north near the hospital and light industry in the south near the MUNI trainyards.
On that note: Most locals would split Potrero Hill in two areas, along the freeway. The hill side has been the traditional site for residential housing, whereas Dogpatch, the flatland side, has more industry and commercial space. Of course, with the tech boom and the changing economy, many of those former warehouses have been or are in the process of being converted into stylish, urban loft living.
A neighborhood like Potrero Hill requires block-by-block knowledge to get a good deal on the perfect property. Contact one of our experts today to get an idea of what's available — and what might be available in the immediate future.