Explore South Beach/Rincon Hill/SOMA/Mission Bay, San Francisco with Michelle Balog

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The residential crowd is made up of…a mix of young professionals, families, entrepreneurs, Giant’s enthusiasts, second-home buyers, investors, loft aficionados, startup founders, and dreamers.

The community vibe is…collaborative, open, and accepting.  The neighborhood of SOMA is the birth place of Twitter, Zenga, Square, and many more incredible technology companies.

The lifestyle offered is…vibrant, energetic, and creative. When you live and work in SOMA South Beach, you feel like the next bright idea for a new start up is at your finger tips.

The most popular building type you’ll find is…high-rise luxury condos and unique live/work lofts nestled near Edwardians, Victorians, warehouses, and smaller mid-rise buildings. We have something for everyone!

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The average home price is…$1,100,000.

The area’s greatest highlight is…its proximity to transit, the bay, and tech shuttles. This is one of the rare urban locations with equal proximity to the waterfront and a transportation hub which accesses most of the bay area.

The area’s best driving-distance getaways are…wine country, Monterey, Yosemite, and Lake Tahoe.

The best spot to dine fancily is…one of Nancy Oakes’ restaurants Boulevard or Prospect.

Prospect Restaurant

Prospect Restaurant

The best spot to find entertainment is…AT&T Park.  When not hosting the five-time world series-winning Giants, AT&T park is home to other incredible events and concerts including “Opera in the Park.”

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AT&T Park

The best spot to go shopping is…Westfield Shopping Center, where there are thousands of international brands all under one historic dome.

The best place to tee off is…Since there are no local golf courses in SOMA, the best way to tee off is at Brainwash Cafe on open mic night.  It is always a hit!

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