Noe Valley is named after José de Jesús Noé, the last Mexican alcalde (mayor) of Yerba Buena (present-day San Francisco), who owned what is now Noe Valley as part of his Rancho San Miguel.
Like many other San Francisco neighborhoods, Noe Valley started out as a working-class neighborhood for employees and their families in the area's once-thriving blue-collar economy, but has since undergone successive waves of gentrification and is now considered an upscale neighborhood. Noe Valley is home to many urban professionals, particularly young couples with children. It is colloquially known as Stroller Town for the many strollers in the neighborhood.
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