Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood, San Francisco CA

About Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood

Lower Pacific Heights, also known as Upper Fillmore, has a rich heritage, soulful origins, and a thriving cosmopolitan blend just diwn the hill fro its larger, tonier sister. Lower Pacific Heights' diversified dining, entertainment, and shopping opportunities reflect its diverse surroundings.

History of Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood

Lower Pacific Heights, also known as Upper Fillmore, is a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, between Pacific Heights, the Fillmore District, Laurel Heights, and Japantown. The neighborhood is centered on the commercial corridor of Fillmore Street between California and Post streets, with California Street to the north, Geary Boulevard to the south, Presidio Avenue to the west, and Van Ness Avenue to the east.

Lower Pacific Heights is an eclectic, pedestrian-friendly part of the Western Addition near ritzy Pacific Heights. Fillmore Street buzzes with designer boutiques, trendy restaurants and cafes. Residents enjoy proximity to long-standing music venues and Japantown’s sushi bars. The Bush Street - Cottage Row Historic District, a charming stretch of Victorian homes from the 1870s, offers a glimpse into the city’s past.

Demographics of Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood

Lower Pacific Heights has a population of 13,305 people, with a median age of 37. Males account for 51.15 percent of the total, while females account for 48.85 percent. In Lower Pacific Heights, US-born citizens make up 71.46 percent of the population, while non-US-born citizens make up 16.93 percent. Furthermore, non-citizens account for 11.6 percent of the population.

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Transportation in Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood

Although there aren't many bike lanes in Lower Pacific Heights, the public transportation is excellent.

Politics in Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood

Many young professionals live in Lower Pacific Heights and residents tend to be liberal.

Lifestyle in Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood

Lower Pac Heights is a lovely neighborhood with a long cultural past. With our definitive reference, you can learn about home prices, school information, amenities, and much more.

Schools in Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood

The San Francisco School is a coeducational, independent day school. The school, which was founded in 1966, is a well-established, lively educational community with a multicultural enrollment of 270 children, an experienced and dedicated faculty, and supportive and interested parents.

Real estate in Lower Pacific Heights Neighborhood

Historically, the neighborhood was a part of the Western Addition. Long a middle-class neighborhood between Pacific Heights and the Lower Fillmore, the area became wealthier and more upmarket with the rise in San Francisco property values in the 1980s and 1990s, when the moniker "Upper Fillmore" fell out of favor and "Lower Pacific Heights" gained popularity.

Browse Development Opportunity Reports for properties in Lower Pacific Heights neighborhood  (2,845 properties in total)

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Properties on Buchanan St  (68 properties)

Properties on Bush St  (508 properties)

Properties on California St  (228 properties)

Properties on Cottage Row  (8 properties)

Properties on Divisadero St  (90 properties)

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Properties on Pierce St  (40 properties)

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Properties on Post St  (284 properties)

Properties on Presidio Ave  (50 properties)

Properties on Scott St  (42 properties)

Properties on Steiner St  (33 properties)

Properties on Sutter St  (328 properties)

Properties on Webster St  (56 properties)

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