South Beach Neighborhood Vibe
From shopping for groceries to browsing bookstores and having coffee at any of the many cafes, South Beach has all that you need. Dining options range from casual to black-tie fancy, including neighborhood haunts like International Smoke, Thirsty Bear, and 21st Amendment. For a relaxing day at the museum, you can pay a visit to the nearby San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Popular South Beach Home Styles
From brick and timber lofts in conversion warehouses to gleaming glass condo towers, the homes in South Beach are generally found in medium to large buildings, including some of our largest and most amenity-filled luxury condo towers like Lumina, One Rincon Hill, The Harrison, The Infinity, and The Watermark, to name just a few.
Getting Around in South Beach
Light rail trains run along the Embarcadero, and it’s within walking distance of the transit hubs of Mission Bay and the gleaming office towers of downtown San Francisco. City planners would love for you to leave your car behind, but they may be ahead of themselves still.
There are many desirable luxury condos springing up around the South Beach neighborhood that are quickly filling with new residents. You’ll find South Beach condos are centrally located, making them close to everything you could need, including access to public transportation. The South Beach neighborhood is close to the area’s largest job centers in South of Market (SOMA), Mission Bay and the Financial District. It is also home to Oracle Park, home field of the San Francisco Giants.
Residents can be assured that all of their needs will be met within the neighborhood. From shopping at The Metreon to buying groceries at the Safeway, browsing bookstores and having coffee at any of the many cafes, the neighborhood has all that you need. Dining options include neighborhood haunts like International Smoke, Thirsty Bear, and 21st Amendment. For a relaxing day at the museum, you can pay a visit to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA).
The uniquely designed South Park neighborhood park was once a fashionable residential community that was surrounded by mansions until it was destroyed in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Today, more than 100 years later, the area has revamped and re-invented itself.