The Financial District is responsible for San Francisco’s most recognizable skyline. Beneath the cluster of towers, businesspeople zip through the Financial District’s sleek revolving doors. In this core San Francisco neighborhood, weekdays fly by as suits and cell phones speed walk past shoppers and vendors. If you wander into the Financial District post-happy hour or on the weekend and you’re wondering where all the people went, find them at the Embarcadero’s Ferry Building, a popular neighborhood hangout.See 50 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Strictly Business in San Francisco's Financial Core
It was remarkably quiet, considering its close proximity to city and a hub of restaurants, which were tremendous, and it felt perfectly safe...The neighborhood is close to everything."
Visited in 2013
Power Lunches With a Purpose
Ideal location for people who like being in the city. Close to all the major areas. Plenty of restaurants and coffee shops around."
Visited in 2011
The Fun Side of the Financial District
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Born and raised in LA, Aubrie Pick moved to San Francisco a decade ago to attend the Art Institute. She's called the Mission home since 2005, and loves nothing more than drinking morning coffee from Four Barrel while watching her dog romp in Dolores Park. Some of her other clients include California Home + Design Magazine, 7x7 Magazine, SPIN, Mix Magazine, and Eater.com.
Originally trained as an architect, Odessa has shifted her passion to photography of all sorts. She specializes in family, children and newborn photography but enjoys pursuing architectural photography as well. She calls San Francisco home with her husband and daughter.