Scott Street

Scott Street runs north and south through the center of San Francisco, from Duboce Stret to Marina Boulevard at the waterfront.

It's the west border of four parks: Duboce Park, Alamo Square, Hamilton Park, and Alta Plaza Park; its northern tip is at the western end of Marina Green.

It passes through the Western Addition, Fillmore, Pacific Heights, and Marina neighborhoods.

According to Streets of San Francisco, Scott Street was named for General Winfield Scott, a U.S. General who ran for US President in 1852.

An 1861 map of San Francisco shows that this street has been called Scott since the early days of San Francisco.

More Scott Street buildings

1835 Scott Street 1835 Scott Street
342 Scott Street 342 Scott Street
336 Scott Street 336 Scott Street
141 Scott Street 141 Scott Street
9 Scott Street 9 Scott Street
17 Scott Street 17 Scott Street
2203 Scott Street 2203 Scott Street

George and William Hinkel

1884
2207 Scott Street 2207 Scott Street

George and William Hinkel

1884