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  • proper n. A South of Market


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  • The Journal finds that SoMa is still the HQ for SF's digerati.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • SoMa is now attractive given its 18.5% vacancy rate is down from 30% rate two years ago but still comfortable.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Of the 110 San Francisco companies that won VC funding during 2004 and the first two quarters of 2005, 61 have offices in SoMa.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • Café Comedie was located on South Park, in the area known as SoMa, or South of Market.

    The Shape of Dread

  • In the late 1990s, young entrepreneurs invaded the city's South of Market Street area, dubbed "SoMa," a gritty industrial neighborhood filled with unreinforced brick and concrete buildings that could topple in a quake.

    Bracing for a Quake

  • That's more than the roughly $1.13 he got from each sale of his first book, "SoMa," which carried a $15 cover price.


  • His contract for "SoMa" gave him 7. 5\% of the cover price for each copy sold, or roughly


  • After the earthquake and fire, the facility we had in SoMa was destroyed.

    Curator Weaves Levi's Into City History

  • Jeff Palmer, a managing partner at PMI, which owns three other SoMa buildings that are mostly filled with tech start-ups, says he wanted to buy more SoMa properties because of the demand and relative value in the area.

    Big Race for Space in SoMa

  • The activity at 642 Harrison Street underscores the ascendancy of the SoMa neighborhood amid the resurgent local tech economy.

    Big Race for Space in SoMa


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