The Inner Mission has long been a destination for excellent cuisine, but now luxury homes are adding appeal to this vibrant neighborhood. New developments in the area include lofts, condominiums, and townhomes, and many buildings are within walking distance to the Mission’s popular restaurants. In fact, according to Forbes Magazine’s recent search for “America’s Hippest Hipster Neighborhoods,” San Francisco’s Mission District is in second place, closely trailing Los Angeles’ Silver Lake. San Francisco’s oldest neighborhood boasts a bevy of mom-and-pop eateries and watering holes, thrift shops and galleries. And artists here like to leave their mark: the Mission has the highest concentration of street murals in the city, says the San Francisco Travel Association.
Climb Real Estate Group’s Top Producer Todd Montgomery recently sold 350 Alabama Street #10, a live/work loft that exemplifies the new style of the Inner Mission, at prices that date back to 2006. The loft offered luxury finishes, outdoor space with which to enjoy the neighborhood’s frequent sunny weather, and of course an excellent location near restaurants like the new Blue Bottle Coffee, Heath Ceramics, Atlas Café, Coffee Bar, Poc-Chuc, Circolo, Flour+Water, and Slow Club.
For more information about new developments in San Francisco’s Inner Mission, contact neighborhood professional Todd Montgomery at 415.203.6022 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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