San Francisco’s booming economy has created a highly desirable real estate market in the city. Glamorous high-rise condos top 5-star luxury hotels, sprawling mansions on its outskirts belong to tech giants that blossomed with the city’s revolution and the historical townhouses have vastly appreciated in value. The real estate market is thriving .
San Francisco has remained a 49 square miles, densely populated hotbed of financial, technological and creative industries for over a century. The limited space combined with San Fran’s growing international reputation as the centre for new-age technology in Silicon Valley, has caused commercial real estate valuations to soar in recent years. The high price of real estate and growing demand for office space has meant further limitations to the creativity of urban designers and architects. With large-scale infrastructure development projects few and far between, these multi-billion dollar construction initiatives will undoubtedly change the face of the city. Check out the revolutionary projects set to augment San Francisco by 2035 below.
San Francisco’s devious history during the Gold Rush gave rise to areas of the city that catered to the vices of incoming gold-hungry upstarts. In the present day, however, areas like the Barbary District are no longer filled with ruffians, drunkards and bar fighters; rather, they have been replaced with the affluent, modern establishments, situated on a rooftop or in a converted historical building, the watering-holes of the city’s metropolitan elite surrounded in beautiful settings. The abundance of great bars, run by talented bartenders makes for a pretty special night on the town. Check out our list below of the best bars in the city and what makes them so special.
San Francisco is a city that hums with the activity of its metropolitan residents night and day. A truly modern city, San Francisco is a hub of history, culture and technology managed by corporate, creative and cutting edge professions. Experience the bustle of downtown only rivalled by New York, the serenity of Twin Peaks with stunning Californian views and the history of unique historical sights like Alcatraz Island. With so much to see and do, it can be difficult to decide what to prioritise during a fleeting visit to one of the United States’ most iconic cities. Check out our guide below to the essential sights and check out the Propeterra Resource Page for more insight into San Francisco’s culture, heritage and booming real estate market.
San Francisco, California is one of the United States’ most visually iconic cities with the Golden Gate Bridge, its steep residential hills and traditional cable cars all adding to the city’s indisputable charm. San Francisco, a diverse metropolitan hub of international cultures and American libertarians, has shown itself to be at the forefront of the modern global gastronomic revolution. With thousands of restaurants throughout the city from street food to fine dining, supper clubs to neighbourhood joints, there is a wealth of dining possibilities to explore in San Francisco. To help you navigate the culinary maze this Californian city has to offer, check out our guide to the best upmarket restaurants in San Fran below.
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