17 Facts About Bayview-Hunters Point


Bayview–Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point is the San Francisco, California, neighborhood combining the Bayview and Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhoods in the southeastern corner of the city.

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Bayview–Hunter's Bayview-Hunters Point has been labeled as San Francisco's "Most Isolated Neighborhood".

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Bayview–Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point districts are located in the southeastern part of San Francisco, strung along the main artery of Third Street from India Basin to Candlestick Bayview-Hunters Point.

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Bayview–Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point district was labelled "Southern San Francisco" on some maps, not to be confused with the city of South San Francisco further to the south.

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From 1929 until 2006 the Bayview–Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point district were home for the coal and oil-fired power plants which provided electricity to San Francisco.

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Until 1969, the Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point shipyard was the site of the Naval Radiological Defense Laboratory .

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In 1967 US Senators Robert F Kennedy, George Murphy and Joseph S Clark visited the Western Addition and Bayview-Hunter's Point Neighborhood accompanied by future mayor Willie Brown to speak to activist Ruth Williams about the inequalities occurring in the Bayview.

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Once considered a historic African American district, the percentage of black people in the Bayview–Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point population declined from 65 percent in 1990 to a minority in 2000.

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In 2016, in attendance with Jonathan Garcia, Adonal Foyle and Theo Ellington, Willie L Brown middle school in Bayview-Hunter's Point commemorated the unveiling of the new Golden State Warrior outside basketball court at the school, donated by the Warriors Community Foundation.

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Bayview-Hunter's Bayview-Hunters Point has several elementary and middle schools, one high school and has two college campuses.

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Since the 1960s, the Bayview–Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point community has been cited as a significant example of marginalization.

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Bayview-Hunters Point's worked for the SF Public Library for 30 years total.

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Bayview-Hunters Point's served on the Bayview community boards of Whitney Young Child Development Center and Healing Arts Youth Center and all six branches in the South East.

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Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point Naval Shipyard was a redevelopment project being spearheaded by Lennar on the 702 acres at Candlestick Bayview-Hunters Point and the San Francisco Naval Shipyard.

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Hunters Bayview-Hunters Point Shipyard is home to the country's largest artist colony, "The Bayview-Hunters Point".

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Bayview is home to three large parks: Bayview Park, located on Key Avenue offers sweeping views of the city; Bay View Park accompanied by K C Jones playground and Martin Luther King Jr swimming pool; and the Candlestick Point State Recreation Area located on the bay south of Bayview Hill at Candlestick Point is a popular attraction for kayakers and windsurfers.

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Bayview and Hunter's Bayview-Hunters Point has many "ghost streets", streets with long corridors that have been since the 1940s.

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