Lower Pacific Heights is currently regarded as one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods, with an incredible variety of entertainment and nightlife, world-class boutiques, and seemingly unlimited foodie destinations.

The Neighborhood

The neighborhood’s central location at the crossroads of Pacific Heights, Hayes Valley, the Fillmore District, and the Van Ness Corridor; as well as multiple nearby shuttle and MUNI stops, make it easy to get where you want in the city and beyond. Just three blocks from 1737 Sutter St., the iconic Fillmore Street corridor offers a selection of world-class music venues (The Fillmore, Boom Boom Room, Sheba Jazz), high-end boutiques, popular bars, emerging new restaurants and more.

What To Expect

Lower Pac Heights is home to many young professionals, and features a mix of modern condo buildings and classic San Francisco townhomes. Located at the bottom of the hill that is Pacific Heights, walking and navigating the area are much easier leading to much more lively foot traffic along Fillmore Street.


Throughout the neighborhood are several parks and parklets that offer great outdoor space to residents including Lafayette Park, Jefferson Square Park, and Alta Plaza Park. With an almost perfect Walk Score of 99, all daily necessities are close at hand, as well as a Whole Foods, AMC movie theater, and shopping malls.

The Market

Architecture in the neighborhood includes classic Victorian, Edwardian, and walk-up style multi-family units.

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The Vibe

Art & Culture

Residents enjoy Fillmore’s art galleries, or catch a flick at the art deco Clay Theatre.

Food & Nightlife

Just three blocks from 1737 Sutter St., the iconic Fillmore Street offers a wide selection of popular bars, emerging new restaurants and more. Favorite local eateries include State Bird Provision, Dosa, Pizzareia Delfina, Out the Door, Octavia, and SPQR to name a few.