Though we wouldn’t recommend it, tourists could easily stay at a hotel, shop, dine, and seek out entertainment without ever having to leave the Union Square area. The landmark park at the center of the shopping and dining center was built in 1850 and is bordered by Powell, Post, Stockton, and Geary Streets. The park historically served as a gathering place for political and cultural groups, and continues to maintain political significance to this day.
The number of easily accessible garages in Union Square makes up for the lack of street parking. This guide will share those options with you, so that you can spend less time finding the best parking and more time exploring one of San Francisco’s most popular destinations.
Things to Know
- Click here for a full list of business located in Union Square
- Union Square Parking Garages:
- Union Square Garage
- Ellis – O’Farrell Garage
- Marriott Union Square Garage
- 450 Sutter Street Garage
- Mason O’Farrell Garage
- Sutter Stockton Garage
- White House Garage
- 22 Fourth Street Garage
- Yerba Buena/5th & Mission Garage