HILLS OF SAN FRANCISCO
Named after Jose de Jesus Noe who came from Mexico to California in the Hijar and Padres colonizing group in 1834. This is family neighborhood in the sun belt beneath Twin Peaks.
Once part of the huge 4,000 acre tract of land called Rancho San Miguel, a large portion (of which this was part) was purchased by John M. Horner.
This area experienced a real boom in home construction after the Market Street Cable Railway launched its Castro Steet cable line which linked Market Street with 26th Street
German, Scandinavian and later, an increasingly Irish population settled here.
Today it is home to a diverse population with a particular emphasis on the tech sector.
La Boulangerie, Whole Foods, Olive This Olive That and the Phoenix Bookstore are icons in the neighborhood.
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