San Franciscans have long known that the Mission District is a hipster haven, but now it’s official: the Mission is the second-most hipster neighborhood in the United States, according to a study done by Forbes. The Mission District placed after Los Angeles’ Silver Lake neighborhood, but before the birthplace of hipsterism itself: Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Take that, New York!
Forbes rated neighborhoods based on criteria like Walk Score, the number of coffee shops per capita, how many food trucks, farmer’s markets and locally-owned bars and restaurants each neighborhoods boasted, and the percentage of residents with artistic occupations. San Francisco-based NextDoor helped by providing an index of “Hipness” based on how many times creative and artistic words appeared on the neighborhood’s page on their website, and of course the locals had their say, with a survey by NextDoor members.
For more information about the Mission District, contact neighborhood professional Marcella Bartolini at 415.742.8688 or email@example.com.
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