HILLS OF SAN FRANCISCO
Having the Presidio to the north, Golden Gate Park to the south, the proximity to these sensational outdoors spaces are appealing to many active people.
The Richmond was one of the neighborhoods that accommodated "refugee shacks" set up throughout the City after the Great Quake and Fire in 1906 as temporary housing.
As with some other neighborhoods, the automobile helped fuel the development of this area by reducing the perceived distance to downtown.
"Historic Context Statements on the Neighborhood Development of San Francisco from 1890-1920", the Inner Richmond District was conducted by San Francisco Architectural Heritage in December of 1990.
"Connections and Results"