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About 94102 Zip Code

San Francisco, better known to everyone as SFO, is the cultural and financial center of the metropolitan area and Northern California. Famed for its iconic skyline, steep hills, cable cars and historic streetcars; SFO also houses the historic Fisherman’s Wharf and the Golden Gate Bridge. It hardly comes as any surprise then that SFO stands at the position of being the second-most densely populated major city in the United States, with whopping figures that are close to 29,000.

Mapping It:

Zip 94102 is located in the Pacific Time zone at 38 degrees latitude and -122 degrees longitude.

Surrounding It:

SFO is located on the Eastern Coast of the United States of America; and within SFO lies Zip 94102 which gets bounded by Sutter Street and Stockton Street in the East, both of which give the Zip its crown-like design. As for its Southern, Western and the Northern boundary; they run parallel to Market Street, Webster Street and Turk Street respectively.

Zipping Along:

Here’s a list of some of the Zips in proximity to 94102 - 94115, 94109, 94108, 94103, 94114 and 94117

In the Neighborhood:

Civic Center neighborhood, Downtown neighborhood, Hayes Valley neighborhood, Intermission neighborhood, Little Saigon neighborhood, Lower Haight neighborhood, Lower Nob Hill neighborhood, Mint Hill neighborhood, NOMA (NoMa) neighborhood, Tenderloin neighborhood, Van Ness neighborhood and Western Addition neighborhoods are situated close to 94102.

Attractions/Landmarks:

  • Civic Center

The Civic Center is, perhaps, one of the most prominent landmarks in the Zip. Bounded by Market Street on the South, Franklin Street on the West, Turk Street on the North, and Leavenworth & Seventh Streets on the East; the Center is home to three reputed Universities – The University of California, Hastings College of the Law; the privately-funded The Art Institute of California – San Francisco; and The San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Thanks to the top-class graduates being churned out from each of these Universities, the socio-economic balance of the Zip is met with.

The City Hall doubles up as Civic Center’s centerpiece; and takes up over two city blocks on Polk Street. On the West of City Hall lies the War Memorial Opera House (Van Ness Avenue); which was where the U.N. Charter was signed in the year 1945, and the Treaty of San Francisco in 1951. The Civic Center, as a whole, gets bounded by the Hayes Valley Neighborhood on its West; while Market Street works as a separator between the Center and the South of Market or ‘SoMa’neighborhood.

  • Koshland Park Community Learning Garden

The Koshland Garden is home to the Non-Profit organization ‘CommunityGrows’. This organization is an environmental education program that caters to high-needing youth. Most of their activities are centered on the youth living in public housing facilities around San Francisco. The CommunityGrows team helps these kids acquire the essential skills needed to lead a healthy life. They do so through the medium of garden education, healthy eating and nutritious cooking, and green jobs training.

  • Union Square Park

Union Square Park is easily one of the parks with the most history attached to it in the whole of San Francisco. Thanks to its status as one of the most beloved parks in SFO, it is now known as one of the most notable urban spaces around the world. Most of the history of this park reflects the history of SFO on the whole; and the changes seen here have direct inferences to the greater shifts that have taken place in the history of the whole country. The performance spaces housed within the Park’s boundaries help add to the aesthetic feel and value.

  • Davies Symphony Hall

Davies Symphony Hall is a 2,743 seat hall which doubles up as home to the San Francisco Symphony. It also happens to be a part of the War Memorial Performing Arts Center, which is located close to the War Memorial Opera House on Van Ness Avenue, SFO. Built in 1980, the construction of the Hall involved a whopping $28 million. With completion of the Davies Symphony Hall, the SF Symphony found the chance to expand itself to a full-time year-long schedule.

Eating Out:

Zip 94102 is famous for its multi-cuisine restaurants like

  • New Delhi Restaurant
  • First Crush Restaurant Wine Bar & Lounge
  • Marrakech Moroccan Restaurant
  • Laurels Restaurant
  • Katanaya Restaurant
  • Tad's Steak Restaurant Inc

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