Cupid’s Bow and Arrow along the Embarcadero presents a nice frame for downtown San Francisco. It’s actually located south of Market Street so it’s technically SOMA, but, let’s work with an open border policy here. The Embarcadero is a neighborhood of it’s own. The Port of San Francisco is the master and commander of lands on the east side of the street. The Ferry Plaza, new Exploratorium facility, Pier 39: all well known and well used facilities. There’s a pier north of the bridge I appraised more than 10 years ago that’s still in a sad state though. The old “location, location, location” mantra can mean a half block in many instances. A slight shift in auto or foot traffic can make a big difference in use. Luckily, a huge bow and arrow create an interesting frame-within-a-frame for an image of San Francisco.
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