South Park is a neighborhood in San Diego located east of Balboa Park, north of the Golden Hill and south of the North Park neighborhood. South Park is now considered one of the major historic urban communities of San Diego. Other historically significant neighborhoods not far from South Park include Burlingame, Golden Hill and Sherman Heights. The community stands out in San Diego for its tree-lined streets, compact blocks, and walkable business district. Predominantly a single-family residence area with some small apartment buildings and bungalow courts, it is noteworthy for its fine and varied collection of Craftsman and Spanish Colonial Revival style home. Pedestrianism, like in other urban mesa neighborhoods north of Balboa Park, is high relative to the rest of San Diego. 30th Street forms its main business district and is home to several churches, popular restaurants and cafes, grocery stores, taverns and wine bars, art galleries, a dog wash, a yoga studio and has even been named the nation's best craft beer boulevard by Men's Journal.The road runs North and South through the neighborhood and is marked for both cars and bicycles. South Park has a reputation as a dog-friendly area, supported by one of the few designated dog parks adjacent to a residential area.