This cool little neighborhood gets its name from being north of the panhandle, a long, narrow strip of parkland that leads straight into to Golden Gate Park. A jogging and biking trail snakes through the panhandle alongside grassy picnic areas, playgrounds and basketball courts. Stroll onto nearby Divisadero Street for specialty grocery stores, sidewalk eateries, coffee shops and entertainment venues. NoPa embodies the ultimate San Francisco city lifestyle.
A very diverse mix of demographics from young urban professionals to long time residents who love living in the heart of the city.
Ride your bike everywhere from this centrally located neighborhood. Great people watching from your front stoop.
The neighborhood is fun and full of life. Step right outside your door and within walking distance is everything from dog parks to hardware stores.
A perfect location to embark on an urban hike to for rewarding San Francisco city views from Twin Peaks to Tank Hill.
Expect Iconic Victorians converted into condominium flats, Grand Victorians single family homes, and side by side Edwardian duplexes.
The central location, leafy residential streets, the architecture and flat bike lanes.
Central, cool, hip, young, colorful, progressive, lively, bike-friendly, active, happy hour, nightlife
Financial District 15m by car
South San Francisco 20m by car
Silicon Valley 55m by car
East to West Masonic Ave to the east, Divisadero Street to the west
North to South Turk Blvd to the north, Fell Street to the south
Nearby Neighborhoods Alamo Square, Lower Haight, Haigh Ashbury, Anza Vista, Lone Mountain