Welcome to Marina District
Chic bayfront neighborhood with upscale condos, restaurants, and shopping
San Francisco's Marina District is a premier locale to call home. Situated on the northern end of the city, residents here are delighted to live directly on the Bay. With excellent schools, easy access to the area’s most prestigious yacht clubs, stunning residential properties, and abundant green space, there’s so much to fall in love with in this community.
Additionally, the Marina District is well-known for its upscale eateries, boutiques, and arts and culture scene. When you find yourself with some free time, there are numerous ways to enjoy it in this neighborhood. Whether on land or water, there is always something fun and exciting to experience in this chic and trendy community.
Throughout the Marina District, you'll encounter Edwardian, Victorian, and Art Deco architecture. Home interiors are primarily modern and upscale in style. The vast majority of condominiums in this part of town range between $900,000 to $3 million, while some go for an even higher price tag.
What to Love
- Situated directly on the Bay
- Exceptional schools, stores, restaurants, and more
- Home to multiple yacht clubs
People & Lifestyle
The overall feel in the Marina District is one of trendy elegance. City blocks are lined with regal and stately condominiums that are nothing short of breathtaking. Moving into the more commercial areas of town (especially on Chestnut Street), you’ll find third-wave coffee shops, eclectic eateries, and one-of-a-kind boutiques in a charming vintage setting.
Those who enjoy being surrounded by the best of the best in entertainment, dining, shopping, and attractions will feel right at home in the Marina District. It is also ideal for those who enjoy getting outdoors—especially on the water. Here, you are always a quick walk away from top-tier restaurants, art venues, theaters, and so much more.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Get ready to indulge in your surroundings while living in the Marina District. Premier boutiques and restaurants are around nearly every corner.
Talk a walk or bike ride around town to visit some of the area’s best places to shop. Locals love exploring the latest arrivals at Pottery Barn, Brandy Melville - San Francisco
, Studio On Chestnut, dress
, Marine Layer
, y&i clothing boutique
, Sloat Garden Center
, and Furniture Envy
. When you need to run errands, you can stop by Safeway, Walgreens, GNC, Marina Supermarket, and Marina Meats.
Want to immerse yourself in the Marina District restaurant scene? When you’re looking for your next place to dine, try the menus at Wago Sushi SF, Squat & Gobble Cafe, Ristobar
, Roma Antica
, Emporio Rulli
, The Tipsy Pig
, Blue Barn Steiner
, Home Plate
, The Dorian
, Pacific Catch
, and Ace Wasabi
. This is just a small sample of the innumerable number of restaurants in this neighborhood alone.
Things to Do
Have some leisure time on your hands? Enjoy an endless list of ways to spend it when you become a resident of the Marina District.
If being on the water is your thing, the neighborhood’s name should be a big clue that this is the ideal spot for you. Join the Golden Gate Yacht Club
or the St. Francis Yacht Club
to participate in the region’s best sailing activities and events. You can also cast off in your own vessel from the Marina Yacht Harbor
. If you prefer simply taking in the awe-inspiring views of the Bay, be sure to visit Marina Green, where you can walk or bike along the San Francisco Bay Trail.
Away from the water, be sure to check out all of the area hotspots. Make plans to visit Cowell Theater
, Fort Mason Center Farmers’ Market, The Palace of Fine Arts
, Moscone Tennis Courts, Great Meadow Park at Fort Mason, Moscone Dog Park, and The Presidio.
Marina District is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include: