The Inner Mission neighborhood has transformed itself numerous times during its lifespan, and is currently home to a flourishing hispanic and latin population. For years, The Inner Mission was considered an affordable San Francisco neighborhood, but due to San Francisco’s abysmal housing policy, gentrification has created neighborhood tensions around Inner Mission homes for sale. Tempers flared during the dot-com crisis and the recent arrival of buildings like Vida have again caused much concern.
The Inner Mission has a reputation for some of the sunniest and warmest weather in the city. Because of Twin Peaks, it is sheltered from the fog. As a result, you’ll often find citrus and Avocado trees flourishing in neighborhood backyards.
Public transit options in the Inner Mission are numerous: The BART subway system bisects the Inner Mission, offering stops at 16th and 24th street, making it a convenient location for downtown and east bay commuters. There are also numerous muni bus lines that serve the neighborhood.
Inner Mission homes for sale include multi-family (2-4 units or larger) homes, with condos and single family homes scattered throughout the neighborhood. The southeast area of the neighborhood also has a large number of single family homes. Throughout the neighborhood, you’ll find lost of Inner Mission real estate opportunities in smaller condo buildings, frequently in buildings that have been recently converted to condominiums.
The neighborhood is also home to some notable newer condo buildings, including Vida, M 1875, and 3500 19th St. to name just a few.
Most Inner Mission streets are mixed use, with residential housing above stores on streets like Mission, Valencia, and South Van Ness. The neighborhood is filled with a wonderfully diverse assortment of restaurants, and you could eat out for several weeks before eating the same style of cuisine or at the same restaurant. The neighborhood can have a dramatically different feel from block to block.
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