You may have heard of this quaint little burg called San Francisco. It’s our hometown, and we love helping tourists, business travelers, and new locals alike settle in. While the city’s reputation, beauty, and businesses may have caused local prices to spike, it’s most definitely a must-see, must-stay, must-feast stop on any serious itinerary. And it doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. If you swing through one of its more unique neighborhoods — like the Mission District — you'll have a blast without breaking the bank.
Planning to move to New York? Be prepared for an exciting transition. In New York, you’ll have the world at your fingertips. Everything from shopping and dining to culture and education is right here in the city, and as a bonus you won’t need to own a car.
After watching the mercury climb for months, it's no wonder people await the end of summer so eagerly. We may not exactly be excited for the dark and cold winter months on the horizon, but it's OK. We have the opportunity to enjoy the excellent autumn weather first. The arrival of fall every year is heralded by both the changing colors of the foliage and the annual rebirth of the pumpkin spice craze. Where the heat and humidity of summer can often keep people indoors, fall is the time to get out, enjoy the crisp fresh air, and enjoy yourself with autumn activities.
At Homesuite, we're always asked "what's the best San Francisco neighborhood to live in?" At first, we believed the answer to this question was purely subjective. If you were someone young and fresh out of college, we would suggest the Marina. If you were older and had much more money to spend on rent, we would suggest Pac Heights. Instead of giving out wildly different and inconsistent answers, we decided to create neighborhood power rankings. To kick off our inaugural power rankings, here is the first round of the best San Francisco neighborhoods:
Moving to the Bay Area for the first time can be overwhelming when you consider the size of the region, housing options (and prices) and the multitude of neighborhoods available. Luckily, if you’re a young person (20-35 range), the area is full of unique and exciting neighborhoods full of youngsters like yourself. For central parts of San Francisco, below is a list of the best San Francisco neighborhoods for young people.
An atypical suburban area with soccer moms and strollers mixed in with students, young professionals and hipsters, East Bay has its own set of unique and exciting neighborhoods suited for youngsters and the young at heart. Below is a list of the best East Bay neighborhoods for young people.