The Western Addition is a neighborhood in San Francisco California United States. It is located between Van Ness Avenue the Richmond District the Haight-Ashbury and Lower Haight neighborhoods and Pacific Heights. The architecture of portions of the Western Addition (particularly the Fillmore district) is markedly different from the well-known Victorian structures that dominate most of the eastern and central areas of San Francisco. During the executive mandates for urban renewal in the 1940s thousands of livable Victorian-style homes and businesses owned by the city's working class African American residents were seized by the government under eminent domain and razed to make room for government sponsored housing projects.
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