Marina District

The Marina District has a marvelous reputation for having plenty for its residents to do, see, and experience.

Welcome to Marina District

Cultured, trendy, and bustling San Francisco neighborhood located on the Bay.
Vibrant and full of sophistication, the Marina District is a favorite neighborhood among San Francisco locals. Lined with posh homes and the hottest restaurants, bars, and shops, the area could easily be considered all-encompassing. Residents have direct access to waterfront amenities (such as Marina Green and the St. Francis Yacht Club), as well as highly-ranked schools. As an added bonus, the Marina District borders the striking Presidio of San Francisco.
Houses in this community fetch a premium price thanks to their prime location and exceptional conveniences. Residential properties here are palatial and upscale — both on the exterior and interior.

What to Love

 • Elegant, upscale vibe
 • Lively bar and restaurant scene
 • Waterfront amenities
 • Ample parks and green spaces
 • Close to highly-rated schools.

Local Lifestyle

Relocating to San Francisco’s culturally-rich, upscale Marina District means that you’ll always have continuous access to the area’s top amenities and conveniences. Take the yacht out for a leisurely afternoon on the Bay. Peruse locally-produced goods at the Fort Mason Center Farmers Market. Soak in views of the Golden Gate Bridge from Marina Green. Hours of good memories are waiting to be made in this waterfront neighborhood. Additionally, residential areas are surprisingly peaceful and laid-back for being located in such a bustling city..

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Along (and just off of) Lombard Street, Marina District residents can frequent many of San Francisco’s best shops and restaurants. In this same spot, you can also enjoy your favorite beer, wine, or cocktail at any of the trendy bars.
Want to experience the Marina District to the fullest? Foodies are sure to rejoice at the wide array of top-tier dining establishments located minutes from home. During your next day or evening out, try the menu offerings at Cultivar San Francisco, Viva Goa Indian Cuisine, Squat & Gobble Cafe, Jaranita SF Peruvian Rotisserie, Blackwood, The Dorian, and Alegrias. Also, make it a priority to check out the nightlife at Del Mar, The Tipsy Pig, and Horseshoe Tavern.
Lombard Street and Chestnut Street feature a great collection of shops. Around this part of town, you can browse the latest arrivals at Photograph & Frame, Pottery Barn, Brandy Melville, Gap, Apple, Bluemercury, Buck Mason, and Marina Meats.

Things to Do

The Marina District has a marvelous reputation for having plenty for its residents to do, see, and experience.
Seeking a day on or near the water? Head to the Bay to participate in a variety of fun activities. Become a member at the prestigious St. Francis Yacht Club, where you can enjoy guest docks, racing, phenomenal dining, and special events. Nearby, Crissy Field and Marina Green provide sprawling grassy lawns and awe-inspiring views of the water.
Several other not-to-miss hotspots include The Palace Of Fine Arts, the Yoda Fountain, Simond's Loop Bird Watching Area, Great Meadow Park at Fort Mason, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, and the Moscone Playground and Bike Pump Track.


Public schools in and around the Marina District rank exceptionally well on From kindergarten to 12th grade, quality options abound.
 • Lilienthal (Claire) Elementary School, Kindergarten through 8th grade
 • Lowell High School, 9th grade through 12th grade
 • Chinese Immersion School At Deavila, Kindergarten through 5th grade

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