HILLS OF SAN FRANCISCO

the marina

Site of the Pan Pacific Exposition in 1915, the Marina is a neighborhood that extends to waterfront and greenbelt areas of Crissey Field, Moscone Softball Fields, Fort Mason, Marina Green, Yacht Harbor and The Presidio.  This makes it a unique place to live with walking access these treasured public spaces.

 

Chestnut Street is the commercial strip of the neighborhood. Many restaurant's, clothing stores and interesting street life. The population is young and energy is high.

Steiner and Chestnut
Bernard Maybeck's masterpiece, The Palace of Fine Arts, is an enduring symbol of San Francisco's recovery from the quake of '06 Chestnut Street

Ruzzolone or cheese rolling, usually during Easter. Early San Franciscans were said to have raced cheese down Fillmore or Lombard Streets. The winner would get a large round of pecorino as a prize!

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