South of Market (SoMa) is a neighbourhood in San Francisco. An area, where the best indulgences hide among vacant industrial warehouses. Left desolated after the earthquake of 1906, certain blocks have been brought to life with sprawling bars, clubs, cafes, restaurants and high-end lofts & apartments. A group of thriving tech-savvy companies make SoMa a hotspot for corporate serviced apartments in San Francisco.
The well-heeled district is also home to the San Francisco Giants. The fashionable spaces created in the forgotten and faded industrial wasteland gush more energy as the Sun goes down. Staying in SoMa, introduces you to diverse alternatives in terms of food, nightlife and entertainment.
A treasure trove of hidden modern gems, service apartments in SoMa are affordable and luxurious. The apartments and lofts in the area are urban chic and add a refined touch to the industrial interiors. The well-lit and busy streets of SoMa have some rough spots around abandoned industrial properties, that can be easily avoided.
The area is also home to family oriented and kid friendly spaces. One can easily locate gardens, play areas, an ice skating rink, bowling alleys and historic carousel in the neighbourhood. A major trade show, convention or exhibit is a common sight in the wired tech-savvy area too.
Modern and refined in patches, the area is diverse in culture. The shopping elaborates on fashion, lifestyle, beauty and fresh produce markets. You can easily plan a culinary adventure with your short stay in SoMa. The neighborhood boasts of assorted restaurants, bars and cafes. Personal style is encouraged and appreciated in the neighbourhood. Independence and acceptance hold a special spot in the culture of SoMa.
Distinguished for its nightlife, the neighbourhood is full of stylish lounges and clubs for everyone. The city is world renown for its gay culture, with many clubs dotted all over this neighbourhood. An extended stay in SoMa would help you experience a new cultural acceptance of different tastes and people.
The best way to get around in the neighbourhood is via public transportation. A travel card helps you get around the entire city of San Francisco with Muni services. The service in the district of South Market (SoMa) includes local buses, F-line, Vintage Trolley Cars, Historic Cable Cars, and light rail. The standard fare for cable cars cost $7 per ride and buses or streetcars about $2.50.
Faster than driving, the transport modes also help you save on the cost of parking in the high-end district. The transportation modes are well connected and reasonable.
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