Society Hill, Philadelphia: Bordering the Delaware River, this neighborhood dates back to the 1680s. Period street lamps, brick sidewalks, and cobblestone streets provide a glimpse into the area’s historical significance.
Bella Vista, Philadelphia: The homes in this walkable, central neighborhood are designed in the Federal, Colonial, and Victorian styles. Visit our story to learn more about Philly’s diverse architecture.
Lake Merritt, Oakland: Clocking in at just over 90 years old, the historic Grand Lake Theater began as a single-theater auditorium showcasing vaudeville and silent movies. Today, the theater has four auditoriums and, among other things, is celebrated for its outdoor signage — the largest of its kind in the West.
Russian Hill, San Francisco: One of the city's original Seven Hills, Russian Hill is notable for its sweeping views of the bay in high points across the neighborhood. Here, you'll find the famous, windy stretch of Lombard Street — but Filbert Street is actually the city's steepest.