The Hub Of Government, Arts, and Culture in San Francisco

This neighborhood which is defined by Van Ness’s corridor through the center of San Francisco is made up of mixed use mid-rise buildings and the central Civic Center complex. As developers seek out land to build new construction condominium developments, this centrally located and highly walkable neighborhood has become a popular choice. Homes in this area offer residents all the bustle of city living, but at much more affordable prices.

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The Neighbors

Plenty of life in the daytime from an opera house, farmers markets, museum and two plazas.

What to Expect

Home to San Francisco’s City Hall, Civic Center is the main site for culturally significant activity and the proximity to nearby MUNI and Bart stations offers a touch of convenience.

The Lifestyle

Beyond the neo-classical architecture, Civic Center has a personal pulse with The Plaza hosting music shows, skate contests, culinary trucks and more.

The Market

San Francisco’s truly urban region with an eclectic mix of Victorian flats and high-rise apartments.


Often times, there are San Francisco condominiums that aren’t listed on the MLS. Contact me for off-market resale opportunities and to learn about the best strategy for getting the condo of your choice in the neighborhood you want.