Cow Hollow has become a beacon attracting the millennial generation. The steep, rolling hills are lined with Victorian and Edwardian era single-family homes boasting unparalleled views along with deco-era apartment buildings tied to steep rental price tags.
Cow Hollow is one of the city’s busiest districts, with a close connection to its northern neighbor, the Marina. Due to their unified popularity as both tourist destinations and a young, affluent city population, the streets are always crowded with organized chaos both day and night.
Union Street is the main thoroughfare down the center of the neighborhood, legendary for attracting well-to-do young people to its array of swanky bars, eateries, spas, design-label clothiers, pubs, gyms, and boutiques. At its northern border is Lombard street, lined with touristy hotels, gas stations, and chain-like comfort restaurants.
Cow Hollow is also home to its share of San Francisco history. The Octagon House, built-in 1861, is treasured for its architectural style. Sanctioned as an official historical landmark in 1971, it is now a Colonial and Federal Periods Decorative Arts Museum and one of only three remaining octagonal houses remaining in the city.
An inarguable destination for luxury shopping, decadent dining, and vibrant nightlife, Cow Hollow is a vivacious neighborhood extending everything that a big city can offer.