The Sunnyside neighborhood in San Francisco is situated north of Highway 280, bordered by the neighborhoods of Glen Park to the east, Miraloma Park to the north, and Westwood Park/Highlands to the west.
Development began in 1891, with single-family custom homes. Developers purchased multiple lots and usually built three to ten houses of similar look and size. The neighborhood was 75 percent built by 1941 when World War II began. Construction resumed in 1946 and was completed in the 1980s.
City College of San Francisco has its main campus on the border of Sunnyside to the south. CCSF was extensively remodeled and modernized in 2000 and offers superior sports facilities, modern buildings, BART and MUNI access, and is the largest city community college in the United States. The primary shopping street is Monterey Boulevard, from Acadia Street to Ridgewood Avenue, with small businesses, restaurants, cafes, and a Safeway.
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