Parkway is a small neighborhood located within the larger Sign Hill district, just north of downtown South San Francisco’s Grand Avenue. The subdivision was developed in response to South City’s “first” housing shortage, in the early 1930s. The homes, built 10 at a time by developer James Arnott and Sons, were modeled after San Francisco’s Parkway Terrace subdivision, which had been built a decade earlier. Parkway added homes throughout the 1940s and 50s, but at its core still resembles a post-Victorian San Francisco neighborhood more than any of its post-war South City neighbors.

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