The Mission District is one of San Francisco’s most of-the-moment neighborhoods, packed with trend-setting boutiques, restaurants, and more. Nevertheless, its namesake is one of the city’s oldest icons, the 18th century Mission Dolores. Mission St. is the neighborhood to a variety of restaurants and shops. Valencia St. is ground zero for cafes, bars, and clothing and accessory shops.
No visit would be complete without viewing Mission-style homes. With homes currently on the market, such as 3369 Cesar Chavez and 1800 Bryant, now is the best time to capture prime real estate within this historic district.
Popular locations such as Mission Dolores, built-in 1776, are a great location to spend with family and friends alike. For recent history, check out the Mission’s celebrated outdoor murals in places like Balmy Alley or the Women’s Building facade. Dolores Park is a popular green space that offers a perfect picnic location, people-watching, and spectacular skyline views.