Most House for Your Money: NOPA ($243 per square foot, $635,000 median selling price) We all want to know where to buy. And SF’s newest neighborhood, replete with everything an urban dweller needs ... shakes out at only $243 per square foot. Compare that to $712 in Pac Heights and $899 in Noe Valley. It’s not surprising that nearby Western Addition, with its gritty image, closely trails Nopa at $322 per square foot, but it is surprising that chichi Nob Hill comes in at only $346. (That $346 probably won’t get you parking or green space, but hey, you can’t have everything.)[7x7: The 7 Best Neighborhoods in San Francisco]
Runner-Up: NOB HILL: $346 per square foot
January 5, 2011
Noe Valley: Most Expensive Neighborhood in SF?
What's the best neighborhood in SF? Depends on what you're looking for, but if it's the least house for your money Noe is err... notable. From a 7x7 article about the 7 best neighborhoods in the city, Noe gets only this quick mention: