South Park, San Francisco

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South Park is a small urban park and eponymous neighborhood in the larger South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco, California, consisting of 0.85 acres (0.34 ha) of public ground.wikipedia
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South of Market, San Francisco

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South Park is a small urban park and eponymous neighborhood in the larger South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco, California, consisting of 0.85 acres (0.34 ha) of public ground.
The neighborhood includes many smaller sub-neighborhoods such as: South Park, Yerba Buena, South Beach, and Financial District South (part of the Financial District), and overlaps with several others, notably Mission Bay, and the Mission District.

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South Park is a small urban park and eponymous neighborhood in the larger South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco, California, consisting of 0.85 acres (0.34 ha) of public ground.

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South Park is a small urban park and eponymous neighborhood in the larger South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco, California, consisting of 0.85 acres (0.34 ha) of public ground.

California

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South Park is a small urban park and eponymous neighborhood in the larger South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco, California, consisting of 0.85 acres (0.34 ha) of public ground.

Nob Hill, San Francisco

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Rich residents moved to the newer Nob Hill neighborhood in the late 19th century, and the city took over the park in 1897.

1906 San Francisco earthquake

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It suffered further decline after the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, when most of the homes around the Rincon Hill neighborhood were destroyed.

Rincon Hill, San Francisco

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It suffered further decline after the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, when most of the homes around the Rincon Hill neighborhood were destroyed.

Stevedore

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Immigrants from various countries came to the neighborhood, as well as longshoremen, drug addicts, and vagrants.

Dot-com bubble

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The area flourished during the dot-com boom of the late 1990s, due to flexible office space at initially low rent.

Web 2.0

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Yet, as of 2006, in an era for the Internet that some have dubbed Web 2.0, South Park has once again become home to many small Web-related companies.

Central Subway

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Recently, some neighbors in South Park have expressed opposition to a proposal to put an above-ground stop on the Central Subway at the southwestern end of South Park Street, on Third Street.

San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency

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Finally the routing of the line has been decided by the Municipal Transportation Agency, and will be along Fourth Street, one block farther west.

Lamplighters Music Theatre

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Lamplighters Music Theatre, nonprofit music theater company

Restaurant

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The Butler and the Chef Bistro, restaurant

Coffeehouse

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Caffe Centro, coffeehouse

Fusion cuisine

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HRD, Asian fusion restaurant

Grocery store

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Small Foods, cafe and "grab and go" grocery store

AlterNet

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Alternet (Independent Media Institute), journalism website

Macworld

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Macworld

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