Divisadero Street, named for its former function as a divider between the city of San Francisco and the Presidio. Divisadero is a long, multi-neighborhood street, so may be reached from many directions. An easy way to start at the south end is to turn on to Divisadero from Haight Street, at the west end of the Lower Haight. It is also two blocks east of the Panhandle, or one block west of Alamo Square. Our Divisidaro Street location is managed by The Dao, please be sure to ask for him if you have any questions, problems or concerns.
Located in the South of Market (SoMa) District, the precise boundaries of the South of Market area are fuzzy and can vary widely depending on the authority cited. From 1848 until the construction of the Central Freeway in the 1950s, 9th Street (formerly known as Johnston Street) was the official (and generally recognized) boundary between SoMa and the Mission District. Our Folsom Street location is managed by Josh Lofrano, please be sure to ask for him if you have any questions, problems or concerns.
Located in the Mission District, the Mission is often warmer and sunnier than other parts of San Francisco. The microclimates of San Francisco create a system by which each neighborhood can have different weather at any given time, although this phenomenon tends to be less pronounced during the winter months. Our 17th Street location is managed by Kien Dao, please be sure to ask for him if you have any questions, problems or concerns.
Our Fulton Street location has some great history; this from “The Early Public Garages of San Francisco” – This garage is a billboard that refers to a classic Beaux-Arts motif found in train stations and exposition buildings; the triple portal with open gables above each arch. Noteworthy precedents include Atwood’s train station at the Chicago’s World Fair, and the waiting room of Penn Station by McKim Meade & White. Our Fulton Street location is managed by Dennis Leung, please be sure to ask for him if you have any questions, problems or concerns.
San Rafael has a lively urban environment, with a full array of cultural, arts, shopping and dining opportunities. There is always something to do in San Rafael! Our San Rafael location on Belvedere Street is managed by Andrew Schneider please be sure to ask for him if you have any questions, problems or concerns.