Duboce Triangle is a hip and perfectly balanced residential, commercial, and green space neighborhood in a coveted triangle enclosed by Castro Street, Duboce Avenue, and Market Street.
The residential haven has increased in trendiness along with the increase of small businesses that dot the inner circle, as well as the redevelopment along Market Street. While a handful of long-time business residents hold their location, newer bars and restaurants have begun to attract more foot traffic in the dense residential triangle.
One of the biggest attractions to the region outside of the boutique shops is the neighborhood’s namesake, Duboce Park, established in 1900. This dog-loving park has a large run for dogs adjacent to a huge grassy area for lounging. At the top of the park, families with kids congregate from early morning until dusk, with play structures for kids of all ages.
Also at home in Duboce Triangle is the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), Davies Campus. The general medical facility and specialty surgical hospital also has an academic quarter.
Hayes Valley, the Castro, and the Mission are all within walking distance, offering residents everything the city has to offer and public transportation lines are steps away from most Duboce Triangle front doors. Victorian flats and apartment buildings line the streets filled with a diverse group of residents from young affluent families to students renting rooms.
Duboce Triangle is one of San Francisco’s most coveted places to call home, and ideal for people who want to live in a Zen neighborhood with a hip vibe, within walking distance to the main attractions of the city.