Living in the Haight means being superbly situated in the heart of San Francisco. A block away, Buena Vista Park is 36-acres of showstopping city views and hilly trails. Across the street, the Panhandle serves up running paths, pickup basketball and leash-free dog play and leads to diversion-packed Golden Gate Park. Haight Street’s span offers dining, shopping and Whole Foods while Divisadero Street’s many restaurants include burgers, tapas, and pizza. Haight-Ashbury’s colorful architecture, boldly nostalgic shops, and eclectic (and most likely organic) cafes and restaurants exude a magnetism that draws many to the neighborhood. It’s also known for its urban hippies and vintage enthusiasts. Commuting on Highway 101 via Octavia Street’s on-ramp is a breeze or head north on 19th Street through Golden Gate Park to get to Marin. Conveniently, tech shuttles pick up at Haight Street and Divisadero. For an in-city commute, the N-Muni a couple blocks away whizzes commuters into the Financial District. Make new memories in this memorable neighborhood.