Given its prime location along San Francisco southern waterfront, it’s not surprising that the South Beach neighborhood has been the heart of the development of what has come to be called “New San Francisco.” Since the mid-1990’s, the South Beach neighborhood has undergone a drastic transformation from an area featuring low slung office buildings, warehouses convertedinto stylish lofts projects and hordes of parking lots that primarily served the Financial District, to one of the country’s most dynamic urban neighborhoods. With the Embarcadero, the long boulevard that stretches from along the City’s northeastern waterfront, and the San Francisco Bay providing an exceptional backdrop, South Beach now is the focus of much of San Francisco’s culture with its hip and trendy restaurants, numerous nightclubs, and AT & T Park, home of baseball’s San Francisco Giants. Newly built luxury condominium towers like The Brannan, The Watermark and Rincon Towers now dominate the South Beach skyline as well as its real estate landscape, competing for attention of homebuyers with the numerous loft projects and high rise hotel condominiums in the area. The smooth transition from The Embarcadero to the King Street on ramp to Highway 280 makes for an easy escape from the City as do the multiple on ramps at the base of the Bay Bridge. Public transportation is close at hand with the CalTrain Station at 4th and Townsend Streets and the MUNI light line that runs along the Embarcadero and King Street.