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Walk Score in Financial District South
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South of the Financial District is a neighborhood known as the East Cut. This evolving area is bordered by Mission St. over to Stuart and I80 over to 2nd Street. Over the years, the neighborhood has really taken initiative to clean up its streets, assist and improve its community, and create a unique space equipped with public art, views of the bay, residences, and businesses. With your dog at your side, there are plenty of opportunities to catch the region's sites and interesting amenities that are nearby. 


The East Cut has about three greenways in its border and is a feasible walk from Rincon Park, the Yerba Beuna Gardens, and the San Francisco Pier. Sidewalks are wide open, moderately crowded, and offer shade from the moderately warm California sun. Despite being in the west, this region's temperatures are actually fairly moderate and don't tend to dip into extremes very often. 

Terrain in Financial District South
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TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
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A flat neighborhood in San Fran? Say what? Well, it's true folks! The entirety of The East Cut sits at around 17ft above sea level. We trade in hills for a lack of nature on this side of town. This area is being pretty industrialized and built up, so there are a fair amount of buildings under construction and in the works. Be sure to choose safe routes for you and your dog to avoid construction sites or hazardous areas of land development. The sounds and debris that stem from this area may be more trouble than they are worth, especially with a particularly sensitive pup. However, the city has still made an effort to place some trees along the way and, as mentioned before, the East Cut has a street art initiative so you can still see some nice colors along the walls and buildings while out on your stroll!
Greenways in Financial District South
51 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in San Francisco have an average of:
16 Greenways
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In the upper-east corner of the East Cut, there's a large plaza between two tall buildings on Spear Street. It can offer you shade, water displays, and seating, but no grass in which to frolick, so you may need to get creative when it comes to potty breaks. About one block south and two towards the Bay is Rincon Park. This greenway sits along the waterfront and allows off-leash activity for well-behaved dogs! Use your best judgment regarding your dog's socialization skills and manners.


On the southern edge of the neighborhood, just past Harrison at Fremont is Emerald Park. Emerald is quaint with luscious grass, shade, and park benches. Lastly, if you're down to cross under I-80, Rincon Hill Dog Park sits just on the other side! It's enclosed, expansive, and provides water for your pup to drink and splash in. It's a perfect place if you're nearby or able to trek.

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