Neighborhood Overview


The Tenderloin is a small and densely-populated neighborhood near San Francisco's downtown, rich in history and diversity. Union Square, Civic Center and the Financial District are nearby, and public transportation is comprehensive. Hotels from the early Twentieth Century are well preserved, some as boutique tourist hotels and others transformed into supportive housing. It is home to many artists and writers as well as a largely working class population. The Tenderloin is thriving as an exciting and diverse slice of San Francisco life. There are gems to be found as this neighborhood comes into its own. Theaters, parks, ethnic restaurants, street festivals and Glide Memorial Church all call the Tenderloin their home.
  • Zip Code(s): 94102, 94109

Tenderloin Demographics

Total Population in 94102: 28,991
 Male: 60.70%
 Female: 39.30%
Median Age: 38.20 years
Population Under 5 Years Old: 3.10%
Population 65 Years Old and Over: 12.70%
Average Household Size: 1.69
Median Household Income: $22351
Occupied Housing Units
 Owner Occupied:5.20%
 Renter Occupied:94.80%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 29.20%
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Hispanic or Latino (of any race):13.50%
Foreign Born 37.40%
Speak Language Other Than English at Home: 43.30

Data source: US Census

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