The Wilson San Francisco

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Geographic Area South Of Market, 94103
In a city with more than its share of beautiful, historic landmarks, there is one building that is about to begin its new Landmark life on the center of Market Street – The Wilson. Built in 1904, then a survivor of the 1906 earthquake, The Wilson has been completely re-imagined and re-established for the 21st century resident seeking a home with a story to share for generations to come. Having seen the city grow-up and transform around it, The Wilson is now set to become the premiere new address for residents looking to do more than just rent an apartment; The Wilson is for those looking to live the Landmark Life. The Rooftop Lounge & Kitchen offers excellent views of the San Francisco skyline. Residents will enjoy this 2000 square foot rooftop with intimate lounge settings and an outdoor kitchen and BBQ station. Pet owners can take advantage of the

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Apartments in South of Market

South of Market, affectionately known as SoMa, is a  large neighborhood in San Francisco. The community is located just south of Market Street and contains several sub-neighborhoods including South Beach, Mission Bay and Rincon Hill. The major roadways closest to the neighborhood include Interstate 80 and State Route 101.

South of Market contains a diverse stretch of warehouses, auto repair shops, nightclubs, residential hotels, art spaces, loft apartments, furniture showrooms, condominiums and technology companies.

The neighborhood has plenty of cultural attractions, including several museums. From the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (known as SFMOMA) to the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the Museum of the African Diaspora, there is something for everyone in SoMa. This neighborhood is ideas for theater-loving residents because it has many small companies and venues including the Lamplighters, The Garage, Theatre Rhinoceros and the Boxcar Theater.

Residents can enjoy a children's park with a large play area, an ice skating rink, a bowling alley, a restaurant and a restored merry-go-round at Playland-At-the-Beach, an amusement park that was located next to Ocean Beach. The park closed in 1972 but the merry-go-round still stands.

Several elementary, middle and high schools are located in SoMa. Golden Gate University, Academy of Art University and the City College of San Francisco also make their home in this neighborhood.