It’s hard to believe all the bustling activity going on around you when you step onto Landers Street, a quiet, tree-lined alley that cuts between 14th and 15th Streets with Dolores and Church on either side. Dolores Park, Whole Foods, MUNI, the Castro and Mission are all a few walk-able minutes away.



Dolores Park

The high tech, hipster hangout that has become synonymous with the neighborhood where the Castro meets Mission is a short three blocks away. Bask in the sun, let your dog romp, or meet a friend for a match of tennis in what is essentially your backyard. 

Photo by Spondylolithesis/iStock / Getty Images
Photo by Spondylolithesis/iStock / Getty Images


With a 100 Transit Score, 66-70 Landers Street is a transportation paradise. Within a block of the major artery that is Church and Market, hop on a Muni light rail to any corner of the City or jump on one of the historical F-Line refurbished historical street cars for an Old San Francisco trip to downtown or the neighboring Castro. 


Whole Foods, Safeway, and the farmers market, oh my! There are myriad options just around the corner for you to stock up on food, beverages, and whatever other necessities you desire. 




Don't feel like cooking? Dine out at some of the City's premier restaurants along the Valencia Corridor, 18th Street, or in the Castro.