Candlestick Point is the neighborhood immediately adjacent to the Candlestick Point State Recreation area along the western shoreline, and surrounding Candlestick Park, home of the San Francisco 49ers. The area is developing, yet great efforts are being made to respect the natural environment. It is convenient to the 101 and 280 freeways, shopping and dining are nearby, and public transportation is readily available. Its name dates back to the 1800s when abandoned ships were burned in the harbor, resembling lighted candlesticks. Candlestick Point State Recreation is rife with spectacular views as well as outdoor activities, such as hiking, picnicking, fishing, windsurfing, bird watching and gardening in the Community Gardens.
|Total Population in 94109:||56,322|
|Median Age:||36.80 years|
|Population Under 5 Years Old:||2.30%|
|Population 65 Years Old and Over:||16.50%|
|Average Household Size:||1.64|
|Median Household Income:||$43444|
|Occupied Housing Units|
|Bachelor's Degree or Higher:||52.40%|
|Hispanic or Latino (of any race):||7.90%|
|Speak Language Other Than English at Home:||39.30|
Data source: US Census
San Francisco, CA – May 8, 2013 – San Francisco Landmark #48, the residence at 294 Page Street, will be open for a twilight tour on Thursday, May 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. Victorian Specialist Bonnie Spindler is hosting this special event, which includes champagne and hors d’oeuvres. Visitors will be invited to enjoy watching the City lights come up from the rear deck.