China Basin: Divided Yet Harmonious

From WalkSF:

From Condos to Sewer Treatment Plant to Freeways to Parks: Divergent yet Harmonious.

A walking tour of China Basin, one of the newest neighborhoods in the city, promises to be a packed tour with a major transit hub, ballpark, offices, grocery store, housing , and wide sidewalks all situated next to beautiful Mission Creek. We’ll start our tour at Philz Coffee on 4th and Berry Streets (near Caltrain and the N/T).


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