Eureka Valley

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The flatter parts of Eureka Valley were developed in the late 19th century, resulting in a landscape that is predominately modest Victorian row housing.  Except at the western edge, the street grid is a classic San Francisco grid of rectangular blocks and straight, compass-oriented streets.  In terms of understanding the Eureka Valley neighborhood, its two sub-regions, The Castro and Eureka Valley, should be considered as a whole.  However, this collection is distinguished from Kirkeberg's "Castro" collection, which focuses on the commercial streets of Market, Castro and (more)