District 10, the most southeastern point of San Francisco is bordered by I-80 and I-280 on the west and the San Francisco Bay to the east. It is historically known as a light industrial and warehouse area, once being home to tanners and navy ships. Most of the neighborhoods are older communities with diverse demographics and hold possibly the largest potential for growth in the city.
Residents also enjoy lots of recreational opportunities. McLaren Park provides tennis and basketball courts, sports fields, jogging and hiking paths, a swimming pool, children’s playgrounds, and a golf course. Other parks are Balboa Park, Cayuga Park, the Crocker Amazon Playground, and the Candlestick Point State Recreation Area.
District 10 is a great place for someone looking to invest in real estate, commercial property, or even buy their first home. Many homes are single family residences and duplexes, most of which were built in the 50’s, and range from owner occupied to rental properties. Bayview feels like it’s own city within San Francisco, while Crocker Amazon, Visitacion Valley, and the Excelsior neighborhoods have more of a suburban character with some of the more reasonably priced homes in San Francisco.