Serviced Apartments in SoMa

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SOMA (South of Market) is a well-known locality in San Francisco, California, lying southwards from Market Street. It has multiple sub-communities including Yerba Buena, South Beach and Rincon Hill among others. Demand is strong for serviced apartments in SOMA since it is home to numerous museums in the city along with headquarters of multiple well-known internet and software companies in tandem with the Moscone Conference Center

Here are Some of Our Best Serviced Apartments in SOMA San Francisco:

All of our serviced apartments in SoMa have the best amenities and facilities for travelers including free Wi-Fi, comfortable bedrooms and well-equipped kitchens for cooking delicious meals.

Where to Stay in SOMA San Francisco

SOMA is near Market Street and popular localities to stay include Rincon Hill, Yerba Buena and South Beach among others. Some other options include 9th Street, 10th Street and 11th Street. Other choices include Mission Bay, Downtown and others.

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Facts About SOMA San Francisco

SOMA is home to headquarters of leading internet and software entities along with the reputed Moscone Conference Center.

Here are some interesting facts about SOMA San Francisco:

  • SOMA and South of Market indicate a relatively bigger city district and a smaller locality alike. 
  • The area was earlier called South of the Slot and from 1847, the official name stands as 100 Vara Survey. The 100 Vara District covers the southern side of Market Street till the Ferry as per 1945 city documents. 
  • On the directions of Washington A. Bartlett, alcade or magistrate of the village of San Francisco, commissioned an extension of the boundaries towards the south via a new sub-division. Jasper O’Farrell, commissioned for this task, built the promenade linking the subdivision and village, named Market Street. 
  • SOMA turned into a bustling community from the mid-19th century while nearby South Park also developed likewise. The area was destroyed by a devastating earthquake in 1906 and then rebuilt with wider streets. 
  • Numerous streetcar lines ran in the South of Market locality and it housed major industries in the 1940s and 1950s with a sizable population of workmen from various trades or professions. 
  • SOMA once housed welders, printing presses, late night clubs and motorcycle-repair outlets in the past. 

Weather in SOMA San Francisco

SOMA San Francisco offers long and comfortable summers which are majorly clear. The winters are wet, cold and semi-cloudy. Throughout the year, temperatures usually hover between 45 and 71 degrees Fahrenheit while the minimum and maximum temperatures stand at approximately 39 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to visit SOMA San Francisco is between late June and early October for enjoying outdoor activities and tourist landmarks alike.

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