The 411 on Hayes Valley.
How Are You Doing Hayes Valley?
471 Hickory sits in the middle of Hayes Valley, which is to San Francisco as the West Village is to New York — a hip, pedestrian-friendly and intimate neighborhood despite its eminently central location. In the last couple of years Hayes Valley has grown to become one of the hippest destination locations and neighborhoods in San Francisco due to its evolving mix of non-forumla retail shops, bars and restaurants.
Getting Around: Hayes Valley serves as the stepping off point to the East Bay and to Silicon Valley via U.S. 101.You’re also near the Castro, Mission Dolores and Lower Haight neighborhoods and a little further from the Painted Ladies.
Experience the Arts & Culture: Performing arts venues such as the S.F. Symphony, the new $64M SF JAZZ Center, the Opera and Ballet, and historic Bill Graham Auditorium are walkable from 471 Hickory Nearby innovative architecture dots the mix of Victorian homes and new creations from the likes of noted architect Stanley Saitowitz.
Epicenter of Change: The neighborhood began its urban renewal under the City’s comprehensive Market-Octavia Plan which demolished a double-decker freeway freeing up the area and allowing the area to blossom with unique and Independent businesses as well as having a mix of residents. New high-end residential homes are being built currently alongside public spaces like a new Boys and Girls Club and outdoor amphitheater on Hayes Street.
Places for Fido: In addition to the green space along Octavia, your four-legged friends can enjoy Dolores Park, Duboce Park and Alamo Square Park on their morning or post-dinner walks.