Inner Sunset Neighborhood Commercial District
Click here or on the photograph below to access the property-specific reports for the Draft SF Survey Findings in the associated survey area.
SF Cultural Heritage is an online information management platform created specifically for the San Francisco Citywide Cultural Resources Survey (SF Survey). This website is a tool that highlights the interconnections of San Francisco's cultural heritage and shares SF Survey findings. Find out more about SF Survey.
SF Cultural Heritage is the result of a partnership between the San Francisco Planning Department and the Getty Conservation Institute, with the assistance of Farallon Geographics. It is powered by Arches, an open-source heritage data management platform developed by the Getty Conservation Institute and the World Monuments Fund. Find out more about Arches.
Everyone has a role in sharing and sustaining culture. We hope that you will join us in the SF Survey effort by sharing stories, memories, and/or photographs that you feel are important to the story of your community. Your contributions will help inform SF Survey findings and enhance our collective sense of belonging and understanding of the City's history. To share your story, click here.
SF Survey findings help standardize historic resource review processes for future building permit applications, environmental review, development projects, and area plans. Outcomes also include identifying sites that are eligible for California Historical Building Code, legacy business registry, tax benefits, and/ or local landmarking. Find out more about Draft SF Survey Findings.
Access property-specific reports for the Draft SF Survey Findings available below. After adoption by the Historic Preservation Commission, the Draft SF Survey Findings are reflected in the San Francisco Property Information Map.