Nob Hill Masonic Center Seating Plan
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This is not just praise in words but a true depiction of Nob Hill a small district in San Francisco, California adjacent to the intersection of California and Powell streets and the respective cable car lines. Nob Hill is an affluent district, home to many of the city's old money families. Sometimes it is sarcastically referred to as Snob Hill. The actual peak of Nob Hill lies slightly to the northwest in the area of Jones and Sacramento, Clay, and Washington Streets. South of Nob Hill is the shopping district of Union Square, the seedier area called the Tenderloin, and then Market Street. To the east are San Francisco's Chinatown and a little farther, the city's financial district. Northeast of Nob Hill is North Beach and Telegraph Hill. North of Nob Hill is the Cable Car Museum, Russian Hill, and eventually, the tourist-centered areas of the waterfront such as Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf.
The intersection of California and Powell streets is also the home to the illustrious hotels in San Francisco: the Fairmont Hotel, the Mark Hopkins Intercontinental Hotel, the Stanford Court, and the Huntington Hotel. In 2007, the Nob Hill Lambourne Hotel was renamed and converted to continental-style residences, continuing Nob Hill's rich fusion of tourism and chic urban lifestyle.
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