Homes for Sale in Marina District
View all active real estate listings in Marina District. San Francisco's Marina District is a lively, scenic neighborhood covering just 500 acres sandwiched between the Presidio and Fort Mason. From the waterfront Marina Green Park, one can enjoy panoramic views looking north, with the Golden Gate Bridge to your left and Alcatraz in the Bay to your right. Alternatively, head to Fort Mason Park and get a great view of the city’s hills rising behind the park’s impressive palms.
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Living in Marina District
Marina District is known for its nightlife, with numerous bars and restaurants serving a moneyed clientele. Folks can count the sailboats bobbing in the marina after which the neighborhood is named or check out the area's crown jewel, the Palace of Fine Arts. The Palace is a stunning Greco-Roman-styled venue built in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific Exhibition and today hosts art exhibitions, galas, weddings, and other large events. Music, comedy, and theatre programs take place nightly, and the amphitheater, garden, and ornate lake are a draw in themselves.
Lombard and Fillmore Streets boast the liveliest nightlife. This part of the neighborhood is not a place to live for those seeking a quiet life. For those of a more cultural bent, there’s Fort Mason, just outside the neighborhood to the east. This relaxing and spacious meadow contains the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture and Gallery 308. The former is a 13-acre complex of former military buildings converted to artist's workspaces and galleries. Throughout the summer, the courtyard hosts the legendary Food Truck Party, simply one of the best places to eat in the city. Gallery 308 is a beautifully restored row of workshops that now hosts exhibitions, events, talks, and parties.
Chestnut Street is the place to go for a bookshop, boutique, café, or traditional pub (as well as a visit to the bank and a bit of grocery shopping). Aside from the Palace of Fine Arts, Marina District holds several architectural gems, including Period Revival homes around Baker Street and the San Francisco Gas Light Company building on Buchanan Street. The Presidio Theatre on Chestnut Street is an Art Deco gem and the district’s other cinema, the Marina Theatre (built 1928), also on Chestnut Street, stands out with its bold Moorish Revival style.
Marina District Real Estate
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