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The Mission district, also known as the "Inner Mission" district, is
one of the oldest San Francisco neighborhoods. Having mostly escaped
the 1906 earthquake and fires, there are still quite a few
Victorians standing. The official designation, according to the San
Francisco Association of Realtors, for the Inner Mission District,
is neighborhood 9c, for District 9 (Central East), subdistrict C.
The area is roughly bordered by Hwy. 101 to the north, Valencia to
the west, Cesar Chavez ("Army Street") to the south, and Potrero to
the east. Baron & Chestney Real Estate offers full service discount
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The Mission neighborhood of San Francisco is also commonly referred to as "the mission", the "mission district", or "the inner mission (district)". The neighborhood is bordered by the SOMA to the north, Potrero Hill to the east, Bernal Heights to the south, and Mission Dolores to the west. The Mission district of San Francisco is easily one of the most densely populated neighborhoods of the city. With BART and buses running right through the Mission, one can easily get by without a car in this neighborhood -- which is good, because parking is virtually nonexistent! The housing styles will vary widely throughout the mission, with apartments, condos, TIC's , townhomes, flats, lofts, and even single family detached houses to be found. Due to the dense population, however, single family detached houses are the exception, not the rule, in the Mission district. The latin influence in the Mission district has always been present, way back to the beginning, when Mission Dolores was built by the Spaniards. In the 1960's, when a new wave of immigrants from Mexico, central America, and South America came to San Francisco, largely settling in the Mission district, and again reasserted their presence in terms of language, food, culture, art, and much more. The Mission district is one of San Francisco's largest, both in terms of area and population. In the 1860's, Mission Street, a plank road that linked the Mission with the downtown area, served as the main path of development into the neighborhood. Once the streetcars began running down Mission Street, the warmer weather of the Mission District attracted many people to move there. From the 1870's to the early 1900's, the neighborhood filled up with single and multifamily residential homes, many of which still stand. Dolores Park and the beautiful palm trees in the median strip of Dolores Street were planted by John ("Uncle John") McLaren, (the landscaper/horticulturist/gardener extraordinaire of Golden Gate Park fame) after the 1906 fire/quake, in preparation for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition (for which the Marina District was also built), and they still beautify the neighborhood to this day. Baron & Chestney Real Estate offers full service discount realtors that will sell your Mission district San Francisco home for a TOTAL real estate commission of only 2% to 4%. Buying a home in San Francisco's Mission district? Call Baron & Chestney Real Estate first! Our home buyer rebate program will get you a realtor rebate of up to 2% of the purchase price of the home, after close of escrow. For all of your Mission San Francisco real estate needs, call Baron & Chestney Real Estate, today.
1 Mission District, San Francisco
2 Mission Produce Market, San Francisco
3 Mission BART station, San Francisco