The commercial district around 9th Avenue and Irving Street is Inner Sunset's general center. The neighborhood features the historic Catholic church St. Anne of the Sunset which was the original Catholic parish for the Sunset District and has stood at 14th and Judah for more than 100 years. The Inner Sunset is west of Stanyan Street south of Golden Gate Park and north of Kirkham Street (the northern border for Golden Gate Heights) but may encompass some parts south all the way to Ortega (at 8th and 9th Avenues). Today most would place the Inner Sunset's western border at 19th Avenue. However historically the Inner Sunset's borders extend out to 20th Avenue where the former Market Street Railway Company's #17 line used to run.
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