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Neighborhood Marketplace Initiative


Neighborhood Marketplace Initiative


On Divisadero there is something for everyone: the locally-owned businesses range from chocolates to cheese, hardware, discount goods, produce and pet supplies, game stores, new and vintage housewares and clothing boutiques, to yoga studios, gourmet groceries, art galleries, restaurants and cafes, and a European-style hotel.

Divisadero is the heart of San Francisco connecting Market Street and the Marina District with historic Alamo Square, the Panhandle of Golden Gate Park, and the Lower Haight.

Visitors from the city and throughout the world walk and shop on Divisadero Street. Divisadero's unique business blend allows shoppers to meet their daily needs as well as to experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of cultures from around the globe.

After dark, Divisadero becomes a nighttime destination with world-class restaurants, active bar and nightlife scene, and regional live music venue The Independent.

Its convenient location near the Central freeway and major public transportation routes are advantageous for city living and contribute to the corridor's commercial viability.


Divisadero Street, Haight to Eddy


  • Improved street lighting, traffic calming, repaving and greening planned for 2009
  • Evening Valet Parking coming soon to Divisadero and Oak Streets


  • Population 28,305
  • Households 14,188
  • Median Household Income $ 68,038
  • Retail Spending $ 463,810,140


Ellyn Parker, MOEWD

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