Welcome to Duboce Triangle
One of the smallest neighborhoods in San Francisco, Duboce Triangle is known as the “geographic and functional crossroads” that connect key neighborhoods via every Muni train passing through either above or below ground. Residents and visitors alike delight in the bevy of wonderful outdoor green spaces in the highly sought-after triangle flanked by Castro Street, Duboce Avenue, and Market Street. The energy in this microneighborhood is vibrant thanks in part to the diverse group of residents that call Duboce Triangle home, including affluent families and young professionals. Aside from the neighborhood’s boutique shops, Duboce Park’s allure stems from the historic Duboce Park—founded in 1900 and now known as a dog-loving park popular with residents of all ages.
What to Love
- Stunning architecture
- A small, affluent, and exclusive enclave
- Excellent green spaces for outdoor recreation
In Duboce Triangle, residents enjoy a healthy work/life balance and are able to experience various activities and venues to support their active lifestyle. The community emits relaxed and welcoming energy, and its proximity to San Francisco’s city center makes Duboce Triangle a coveted locale for those in the market for a home. The neighborhood is pedestrian-friendly and affords plenty of public-transit options, ideal for those who don’t own a car or are conscientious about reducing their carbon footprint.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
With the ability to walk just about anywhere from Duboce Triangle, residents are able to explore the fabulous dining, entertainment, and shopping within proximity. Market Street or in the Castro, south of Market will offer the best choices for a variety of dining and shopping options. The Castro Farmers Market is a family-friendly activity to enjoy this Spring and offers excellent purveyors of fine products. The Duboce Park Cafe offers delicious and healthy choices if you’re craving a light meal or looking to enjoy a cup of coffee as you relax in the sprawling and lush green spaces.
Things to Do
The Harvey Milk Arts and Photography Center is a cultural hub offering visitors a chance to explore exhibits, programming, and lectures and has served the area since 1940. Known as the oldest and largest community wet darkroom in the U.S., the facility is associated with the San Francisco Parks & Recreation Department. Duboce Park is a neighborhood treasure where visitors gather to enjoy abundant space for dogs to run and play, families to enjoy temperate weather, or the opportunity to experience a slice of life in the Duboce Triangle.
Duboce Triangle is served by the San Francisco Unified School District and a variety of quality and highly rated nearby schools including:
McKinley Elementary School, Grades K-5, strong core curriculum offering enrichments programs including Adventures in Music, Artist in Residence, and Music, as well as special events throughout the year
Everett Middle School, Grades 6-8, offers an inclusive school model and is located at the border of vibrant Castro and Mission districts