SoMa

 
 

Welcome to SoMa

Art, culture, and luxury in one of San Francisco’s premier downtown neighborhoods
 
Those who seek upscale living in a bustling urban environment should consider relocating to San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood. SoMa (which stands for South of Market) is located downtown and is filled with stunning high-rise buildings, major employers, and plenty of green space, and it’s situated directly on the Bay. 80 runs right through SoMa, making it easy to access nearby Oakland and Berkely.
 
SoMa is well-known for its numerous upscale restaurants and for being home to the SalesForce Tower and the corporate offices of LinkedIn, Pinterest, Facebook, Google, Stripe, and Airbnb. There is also plenty of convenient shopping in the area, making it easy to get exactly what you need whenever you need it.
 
If you’re looking to buy a new home in this area, you’ll find an impressive selection of luxury condominiums. With everything from practical studios to lavish, spacious properties, you can effortlessly find exactly what you want. Many condos are located in the area’s high-rise buildings and fetch premium prices.
 

What to Love

  • Luxurious condos in high-rise buildings
  • Upscale dining and top-tier nightlife
  • Near significant art and culture destinations, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

 

People & Lifestyle

SoMa is distinctly urban and located in a downtown environment. High rises, corporate offices, world-class dining, convenient shopping, and luxury apartments and condos make up the ever-changing landscape in this neighborhood.
 
Because of its location, professionals working at one of SoMa’s major companies tend to live in this part of San Francisco. The neighborhood is highly walkable, full of life, and near some of the city’s most popular attractions, shopping, and dining.
 

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

Living in SoMa means you never have to go far to find the exact store or dining experience you desire. Whether you go on foot, bicycle, or public transportation, your travel time is always kept to a minimum.
 
Need to grab the essentials for your week? SoMa locals can pick up everything on their shopping list at Whole Foods Market, Safeway, Costco, Trader Joe’s, Target, and Gus’s Community Market. When you’re in the mood for an afternoon of leisurely shopping, explore what’s new at San Francisco Flower Market, REI, Nordstrom Rack, and Madewell.
 
As soon as you are in the area, make plans to grab a table at one of SoMa’s highly rated restaurants. Residents and visitors alike enjoy dining at establishments such as Soma Restaurant & Bar, 54 Mint Ristorante Italiano, Zero Zero, ROOH, Marlowe, Birdsong, 1601 Bar & Kitchen, Bellota, Okane, and Saffron 685.
 

Things to Do

Those who appreciate all things related to arts and culture will be overjoyed by what they find living in SoMa.
 
One of the most popular attractions in the area is the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Visitors can explore the many breathtaking exhibitions, both ongoing and touring. A short distance away, there are several other exceptional museums to visit, including the Contemporary Jewish Museum and the Museum of the African Diaspora. Those who are young (or young at heart) should be sure to plan a visit to the Children’s Creativity Museum and the Museum of Ice Cream.
 
Aside from the robust arts and culture scene, enjoy favorite locales such as the Yerba Buena Gardens, Rincon Park (located directly on the Bay), The Seven Stills Brewery & Distillery, and Oracle Park.
 

Schools

SoMa is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
 
 
 
 
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