Overview

 
 

Neighborhood boundaries
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Census Bureau

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Neighborhood median housing value
$4,321,459
 
School District Rating
62%

Better than 61.52% of all U.S. school districts; 128 schools in this district.

 
Crimes (city-wide)
60,744

Chance of being a victim in this city: 1 in 14

 
Neighborhood Character
99%

More sophisticated than 99%of U.S. neighborhoods. More walkable than 97%, more hip & trendy than 95%.

 
 


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Education and income

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highly educated
wealthy

Character

Urban Sophisticates, Walkable & Hip & Trendy

Setting

Densely Urban

Based on population density

 
 
 

Neighbors

The neighbors are highly educated and are wealthy, which means they are among the 15% highest income in the U.S. They are mostly mixed ages, some young upwardly-mobile singles and some seniors.

Ages

65+
 
21.87%
 
45-64
 
24.85%
 
30-44
 
31.19%
 
18-29
 
8.88%
 
0-17
 
13.20%
 
 

Race / Ethnic Diversity

White 79.02%
Black 1.96%
Asian 13.34%
Native American /
Alaskan Native
0.00%
Hawaiian / Pacific
Islander
0.00%
Other Race /
Two or more races
0.69%
Hispanic
(can be on any race)
4.98%

Occupations

Executive, managerial
& professionals
72.63%
Sales & service
workers
20.58%
Clerical, assistants
& technical support
4.14%
Manufacturing &
laborers
2.66%
Farmers, foresters
& fishers
0.00%
Government
employees
2.01%
 

Ancestries(top 20)

English 14.01%
Italian 13.91%
German 11.95%
European 9.84%
Irish 8.38%
United States or
American
6.03%
French
(except Basque)
4.92%
Russian 4.02%
Polish 2.79%
Norwegian 2.69%
Scottish 2.04%
Swedish 1.67%
Dutch 1.48%
Scots-Irish 1.40%
Danish 1.40%
French Canadian 0.63%
Hungarian 0.35%
Subsaharan African 0.31%
West Indian (ex.
Hispanic groups)
0.00%
Welsh 0.00%

Languages Spoken (top 20)

English 72.81%
Spanish 6.45%
French 4.20%
Chinese 3.37%
German 0.38%
Tagalog 1.70%
Vitnamese 1.18%
Italian 4.22%
Korean 0.38%
Russian 1.30%
Polish 0.00%
Arabic 0.11%
Portuguese 0.36%
Japanese 0.83%
African 0.00%
Greek 0.00%
Hindi 0.00%
Persian 0.00%
Urdu 0.00%
Gujarathi 0.00%
 
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Median housing value
 

$4,321,459

$1,162,693 for San Francisco
$490,888 for California

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Average annual
appreciation (5yr)

15.29%

11.91% for San Francisco
9.61% for California

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Appreciation rate index
(5yr)

99

Higher than 99% of U.S.
neighborhoods

 
 

Housing Values

$1,331,000+ 88%
$998,001-$1,331,000 9%
$665,001-$998,000 1%
$532,001-$665,000 0%
$399,001-$532,000 0%
$266,001-$399,000 0%
$133,001-$266,000 0%
$67,001-$133,000 2%
$0-$67,000 0%

Appreciation Rates

  This Neighborhood San Francisco (citywide) California
  Avg.
Annual
Total Compared
to U.S.*
Avg.
Annual
Total Compared
to U.S.*
Avg.
Annual
Total Compared
to U.S.*
This quarter 8.89%2.15%428.89%2.15%519.98%2.41%53
1 year 8.95%8.95%780.08%8.26%847.90%7.90%82
2 years 10.75%22.66%928.95%18.69%927.70%15.98%80
5 years 15.29%103.68%9911.91%75.49%989.61%58.25%98
10 years 4.44%54.33%983.50%41.01%97-0.27%-2.62%25
Since 1990 3.97%180.57%954.01%183.19%983.98%181.59%96
* 100 is Highest

Housing Profile

This densely urban neighborhood is composed of apartment complexes/high-rise apartments and some single-family homes that are mostly studio to two bedroom with some three or four bedroom dwellings. The neighborhood residents are a mix of renters and owners.

Exclusive: Years of Avg Rent Needed to Buy Avg Home in this Neighborhood:
53.0 years and 7.5 months

 

Housing cost

High relative to California

High relative to the U.S.

Rental cost

Very high relative to California

Very high relative to the U.S.

 
 

Housing types

Single-family 22.93%
Townhomes 3.67%
Small apt. buildings 15.49%
Apartment complexes 57.92%
Mobile homes 0.00%

Year built

2000 or newer 0.68%
1970-1999 17.11%
1940-1969 21.23%
1939 or older 60.98%
 

Number of bedrooms

5+ 12.47%
3-4 28.86%
0-2 58.67%

Occupancy

Owners 43.73%
Renters 56.27%
Vacant 8.46%
 
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Neighborhood education index

58

Better than 58% of the neighborhoods in the U.S.

School districts that serve this neighborhood
San Francisco Unified school district


Schools physically in this neighborhood
Gateway Middle Grades 06-08
2340 Jackson St., San Francisco, CA 94115 - (415) 922-1001
San Francisco Public Montessori Grades KG-05
2340 Jackson St., San Francisco, CA 94115 - (415) 749-3544

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San Francisco Unified school district
555 Franklin St., San Francisco, CA 94102 - (415) 241-6000

 

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District education index

62

This district is better than:

  • 61.52% of all U.S. school districts
  • 75.42% of all California districts

Students per classroom

21

24 California average
16 U.S. Average

Enrolled students

58,414

128 schools in this district

 

Public school test scores (no child left behind)

Proficiency in reading and math  
This district 52%
California 42%
Proficiency in reading  
This district 54%
California 48%
Proficiency in math  
This district 50%
California 36%

Important economic and demographic groups

School district enrollment by group This District California
White (non-hispanic) 14.5% 25.6%
Black 10.5% 6.2%
Hispanic 31.2% 55.8%
Asian or Pacific Islander 43.3% 11.8%
American Indian or native of Alaska 0.5% 0.6%
Economically disadvantaged (eligible for free/reduced price lunch) 62.4% 58.4%
Educational Environment This Neighborhood
Adults with a college degree or higher 87.1%
Children in neighborhood living in poverty 4.3%
 

Educational expenditures

For this district Per student Total % of total
Total $14,042 $804,929,566 100.0%
Instructional $4,926 $282,373,098 35.1%
Support
 
$4,850 $278,016,550 34.5%
Student $659 $37,775,857 4.7%
Staff $1,854 $106,276,842 13.2%
General Administration $162 $9,286,326 1.2%
School Administration $673 $38,578,379 4.8%
Operations $946 $54,227,558 6.7%
Transportation $147 $8,426,481 1.0%
Other $409 $23,445,107 2.9%
Non-instructional $4,266 $244,539,918 30.4%
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Total crime index

14

Safer than 14% of the
neighborhoods in the U.S.

Rank in San Francisco

63of 198

63rd safest neighborhood
in San Francisco

Crime rate

56.22Crimes
per 1,000
residents

234 crime incidents

 

Violent Crime

 

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Violent crime index
 

21

Safer from violent crime than
21% of the neighborhoods in
the U.S.

Chance of being a victim
of violent crime

1 in 154

1 in 127 for San Francisco
1 in 235 for California

Violent Crime rate
 

6.49Crimes
per 1,000
residents

27 violent crime incidents

 
 

Violent crime comparison per 1,000 residents

This neighborhood 6.49
San Francisco 7.85
California 4.26
US Average 3.83
 
  Murder
per 1,000
Rape
per 1,000
Robbery
per 1,000
Assault
per 1,000
Total
per 1,000

San Francisco

(pop 864,816)
53
0.06
348
0.40
3,645
4.21
2,743
3.17
6,789
7.85

California

(pop 39,144,818)
1,861
0.05
12,811
0.33
52,862
1.35
99,349
2.54
166,883
4.26

U.S. Average

(pop 321,418,820)
15,696
0.05
124,047
0.39
327,374
1.02
764,449
2.38
1,231,566
3.83

Property Crime

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Property crime index
 

14

Safer from property crime
than 14% of the
neighborhoods in the U.S.

Chance of being a victim
of property crime

1 in 20

1 in 16 for San Francisco
1 in 38 for California

Property crime rate
 

49.74Crimes
per 1,000
residents

207 property crime incidents

 
 

Property crime comparison per 1,000 residents

This neighborhood 49.74
San Francisco 62.39
California 26.18
US Average 24.87
 
  Burglary
per 1,000
Theft
per 1,000
Motor vehicle theft
per 1,000
Total
per 1,000

San Francisco

(pop 864,816)
5,251
6.07
41,726
48.25
6,978
8.07
53,955
62.39

California

(pop 39,144,818)
197,404
5.04
656,517
16.77
170,993
4.37
1,024,914
26.18

U.S. Average

(pop 321,418,820)
1,579,527
4.91
5,706,346
17.75
707,758
2.20
7,993,631
24.87

Motor Vehicle Theft

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Motor vehicle theft
index

60

100 equals the least risk of motor vehicle theft. 75 is the average nationwide risk

Chance of having your car stolen

1 in 260

1 in 123 for San Francisco
1 in 228 for California

Motor vehicle theft rate
 

3.84 vehicle thefts
per 1,000
residents

16 vehicle thefts

 
 

Motor vehicle theft comparison per 1,000 residents

This neighborhood 3.84
San Francisco 8.07
California 4.37
US Average 2.20
 

Crime density

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Crime density index

4

Fewer crimes per square mile
than 4% of the
neighborhoods in the U.S.

Crimes per square mile

1,108.61

234 crime incidents

 

Crimes density comparision per square mile

This neighborhood 1108.61
San Francisco 1287.23
California 90.25
US Average 31.98
 
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