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Designed by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects, 2000 Ellis is the second of two exciting new buildings on the vibrant Divisadero corridor. The unique exterior design is clad in a metal skin featuring a perforated aluminum base with zinc colored vertical panels similar to those used on the award winning Beth Shalom Temple. Interiors are efficient, thoughtful open floor plans with no wasted circulation. Perfectly situated in the center of San Francisco and immediately adjacent to both UC Mount Zion and Kaiser Hospital campuses, the location affords quick, easy access to downtown and the Richmond District with the 4 Geary bus lines, as well as north south transit on the Divisadero line. Minutes from NOPA shops and restaurants to the south and all the amenities of Pacific Heights to the north.
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In the center of the city is the eclectic, culturally, ethnically and socially diverse neighborhood known as North Panhandle, aka NOPA. Bounded by Masonic, Divisadero, the neighborhood is undergoing a rebirth as newcomers discover a community where culture comes together in this urban mixing bowl.
It's a neighborhood that rewards entrepreneurs with large dreams and low budgets willing to take a gamble on new retail establishments, art galleries, coffee shops and restaurants. The eclectic energy of the neighborhood is expressed best in the blocks where tattoo parlors and day care centers do business next to old school barbershops, and tiny urban "parklets" provide plants and cafe seating.
The new crop of cafe's best capture the improvised, can-do spirit of the community: On the Corner Cafe sells coffee, on-the-premises baked pastries, and records; Mojo Bicycle Cafe proffers handmade drip coffee combined with a bike store and repair shop. The best Ethiopian food in the city can be found at funky Waziema. And there's upscale Nopa, serving simple rustic food in a swank setting. Nightlife is anchored by The Independent, a club that presents up and coming bands. There's a quarterly art walk celebrating the upstart galleries, and a weekly farmers market. As families are discovering the gritty charms of North Panhandle, the neighborhood association is actively forming meetings and playgroups for parents of toddlers.