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Potrero Hill

Potrero Hill is a sunny neighborhood with amazing views of downtown San Francisco and the Bay Bridge. The main commercial drags are 18th, 20th and Mariposa Streets providing shopping hubs where the neighborhood is packed with cafes, restaurants, bookstores, and bars. Potrero Hill also has crookedest street in the city, Vermont Street with the annual Big Wheel Race. At the foot of Potrero Hill is the San Francisco Design Center, a collection of showrooms serving as the go-to resource for home furnishings and accessories. Potrero Hill also has the Anchor Brewing Company, open to and supported by the community since 1896. Some of the parks include; Jackson Playground, McKinley Park, and the Potrero Hill Recreation Center featuring a gymnasium, basketball and tennis courts, a baseball diamond, and kids play area. Potrero Hill is a self-contained cohesive neighborhood where the people who live there enjoy spending most of their time. There are a mix a Victorians, Edwardians and more modern homes in Potrero as well as a mix of single family homes, 2-4 unit buildings and condos. Potrero Hill’s eastern strip is called Dogpatch and contains the Caltrain which is popular with folks who work on the Peninsula. Enjoy front row seats to fireworks during the Giants games nearby and a spectacular view of the city ablaze in lights at night. There is very little turnover in the housing in Potrero Hill as many who live here stay for a long time.

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