San Francisco’s ‘First Ever’ in Hayes Valley and Civic Center

Civic Center and Hayes Valley have become hubs for San Francisco’s history. Around these two neighborhoods are some of the ‘firsts’ of the city and even the country. These building have inspired further progress by pushing the limits. Explore the map and discover the uniqueness of San Francisco.

Hayes Valley Begins Construction of First Raised Bike Lane

A first-ever two inch bike lane will be constructed along the eastbound Market St. between 12th and Gough Street. The project started on Monday Oct. 19 and will take around four weeks to complete. In the mean time, cyclists will be forced to join traffic during their morning commute. The bike lane is a part of the … More Hayes Valley Begins Construction of First Raised Bike Lane

Urban Air Market

Urban Air Market, the largest outdoor design festival in the country, returns to Hayes Valley this weekend for its 10th anniversary. The market boosts Hayes Valley’s independent economy by bringing visitors and vendors together. Gloomy blue skies loom over the rows of tents that surround Patricia’s Green. Live music from the grass reaches every corner of … More Urban Air Market

Sundays in Hayes

On a warm Sunday afternoon, everyone comes out to enjoy the beautiful Hayes Valley. Children play on the playground, couples enjoy ice cream and old friends reconnect while they wait in line for brunch.  With one look you can quickly understand why so many people flock to this area. Clean independent stores are abundant throughout the … More Sundays in Hayes