Parkside

Parkside

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Often considered part of the Sunset District, Parkside has re-emerged as a distinct nabe, becoming a highly sought after locale. With Ocean Beach, Sigmund Stern Grove, Pine Lake Park and Fleishhacker Zoo nearby, there is no shortage of recreation options for residents. The L-Taraval lumbers along Taraval Street, a main commercial corridor where ethnic food and old San Francisco restaurants appease hungry locals. Sunset Boulevard and 19th Avenue allow quick access for commuters leaving the city.

Top Votes – Score out of 100

Families
65%
Families 65
Empty nesters 55
Shopping 50
Public Schools 50
Green space 50

Lowest – Score out of 100

Income
21%
Public Transportation 50
Nightlife 50
Seniors 32
Income 21
Singles 0

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Parkside is the Sunset in my opinion, but this name has been embraced and it seems to have stuck. It’s pretty quiet out here and foggy too. There’s a police station, which should make you feel safe. Taraval Street has some good, low-key restaurants and plenty of grocery and corner stores.Gena

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