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The Mission District at a Glance
The central hub of the Mission District, Mission Street features ethnic restaurants, local markets, shops, services, and a Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) station.
The Mission District's name comes from the historic Misión San Francisco de Asís, also known as Mission Dolores. Established in 1776, it is the oldest intact building in San Francisco.
Located along Dolores Street, Dolores Park is a central gathering place in the Mission District. Residents often enjoy picnics, play soccer and tennis, and celebrate cultural events in this 16-acre park.
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The Mission District Neighborhood Guide
The Mission District is San Francisco's oldest neighborhood, named for an 18th-century mission that still stands on Dolores Street. While the Mission District continues to charm visitors and residents with its rich history, the neighborhood boasts an eclectic collection of contemporary homes and condos, restaurants, bookstores, art galleries, and nightlife spots. Noteworthy San Francisco attractions, such as the Roxie Theatre and the mural-packed Balmy Alley, are also located in this neighborhood.
The Mission District is bounded by Market Street, US-101, Cesar Chavez Street, Mission Street, and Church Street. It's close to neighborhoods like South of Market (SoMA), The Castro, Potrero Hill, and Noe Valley, to name a few.
Transportation in the Mission District
BART lines Dublin/Pleasanton - Daly City, Pittsburg/Bay Point - SFIA/Millbrae, Richmond - Daly City/Millbrae, and Warm Springs/South Fremont - Daly City serve the Mission District in addition to local Muni routes.
Find a Home in the Mission District
Whether you're searching for a rental or a home for sale, Amore Real Estate can connect you with the best property. We have intimate knowledge of the Mission District neighborhood, its local housing market, and the types of homes that are common. Contact us and let's discuss your plans.