Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood, San Francisco CA

About Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood

The Financial District is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, that serves as its main central business district and has 372,829 jobs according to us census tracts as of 2012-2016. It is home to the city's largest concentration of corporate headquarters, law firms, insurance companies, real estate firms, savings and loan banks, and other financial institutions. All six San Francisco Fortune 500 companies—McKesson, Wells Fargo, Gap, Charles Schwab, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, and Salesforce.com— are located in the district.

History of Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood

The Barbary Coast was born during the California Gold Rush of 1849, when San Francisco's population grew at an exponential rate due to the influx of tens of thousands of migrants looking for gold. The Barbary Coast's early decades were marred by persistent lawlessness, gambling, administrative graft, vigilante justice, and prostitution; however, as time passed, the city's government gained strength and competence, and the Barbary Coast's maturing entertainment scene of dance halls and jazz clubs influenced American culture.

Demographics of Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood

Financial District - Barbary Coast has a population of 7,141 people, with a median age of 45. Males make up 49.98 percent of the population, while females make up 50.02 percent. Non-US-born citizens account for 29.38 percent of the resident pool in Financial District - Barbary Coast, while US-born citizens make up 50.39 percent. Furthermore, non-citizens account for 20.24 percent of the population.
In Financial District - Barbary Coast, 6,100 people are still living in the same house they were in last year.

Transportation in Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood

Walking, automobile, and bus or trolley bus are the top three modes of transportation used by persons in Financial District - Barbary Coast to get to work. A total of 1,798 residents walk to work, 695 drive, and 679 take the bus or trolley bus.

Politics in Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood

The Barbary Coast arose during the California Gold Rush of 1849, when San Francisco's population grew at an exponential rate due to the influx of tens of thousands of migrants looking for gold. The Barbary Coast's early decades were marked by persistent lawlessness, gambling, administrative graft, vigilante justice, and prostitution;however, the city's government grew stronger and more competent over time, and the Barbary Coast's maturing entertainment scene of dance halls and jazz clubs influenced American culture.

Lifestyle in Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood

The Financial District provides residents with a dense metropolitan vibe, with the majority of residents renting their homes. There are numerous bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks in the Financial District. The Financial District is home to many young professionals, and its citizens are liberal.

Schools in Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood

The public schools in the Financial District/Barbary Coast are above average.

Real estate in Financial District/Barbary Coast Neighborhood

Barbary Coast is in the Other Miscellaneous Store Retailers industry and is based in San Francisco, California. Barbary Coast employs a total of 6 people across all of its sites and generates a revenue of $199,888. (USD). (Employees and sales figures are based on simulations.)

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