Yerba Buena is now a thriving center for the performing arts, museums, restaurants, hotels, entertainment, and an ultra-luxury condo lifestyle.
The City of San Francisco set out to redevelop this once blighted 87-acre neighborhood in 1966 with a vision that when transformed the surrounding SOMA (South of Market) neighborhoods would benefit with economic growth. Officially completed in 2006, the neighborhood now hosts an abundance of open space, cultural centers, convention facilities, commercial buildings, and residential lifestyle living making this community an urban model.
Home to Yerba Buena Gardens which is recognized as one of the top 30 urban parks nationwide, SF Museum of Modern Art, MoAD, Moscone Center, Metreon, Salesforce Transbay Transit Terminal, and an abundance of restaurants, entertainment, ultra-luxury condo/hotel living, and high-rise buildings.
Expect a myriad of people using the park and gardens daily. Turn the corner to the Moscone Center and you'll find varying business industries hosting conventions from Oracle OpenWorld and Salesforce Dreamforce which close streets adjacent to the center due to popularity.
Real estate in the neighborhood is home to some of the highest and most exclusive addresses including multiple Four Seasons, St. Regis, 181 Fremont Street, and the Blu Residences.
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