San Francisco Real Estate
When aging infrastructure is revamped into public green space The U.S. is full of jaw-dropping parks, from expansive National Parks like the Grand Canyon to carefully cultivated botanical gardens like Portland’s Japanese Garden. But one of the most unique green spaces in cities is the linear park. Longer than they are wide, linear parks take
From sandy shores by the Golden Gate Bridge to tide pools in Bolinas, these spots provide the perfect escape While it’s still technically spring, it feels like summer. And this weekend and upcoming week promises to be warm. Temperatures along the coast could reach up to 80-plus degrees, while the inland areas could see triple
8 Unique Day-Trips in Northern California
In the past two months, two newly constructed luxury homes have come to market asking $3 million or above in Golden Gate Heights. At the end of April, 1769 11th Avenue came on asking $3.5-million for a four-bedroom, 4.5-bath home with a three-car garage, park and ocean views, and a sauna. And just recently 432
SF made news recently, refreshingly, for rents going down year-over-year, as rare a sentence to type as it is to read. According to Zumper, that year-over-year decrease has happened again. Different data say different things To examine these findings, we have to look closely at data. First, note the information refers to year-over-year, not month-over-month.
Whether you’re looking for a recreational spin or a serious workout, getting a good, long bike ride within city limits is a challenge. Get out of town on one of these six trails with urban starts. The Bay Bridge Trail Stretching 2.2-miles over the San Francisco Bay, the newly renovated (and finally open) eastern leg
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