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Serramonte

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Serramonte

Serramonte Boulevard, a major street

Serramonte is a large 1960s residential neighborhood on the border of Daly City and Colma in the suburbs south of San Francisco, California, that is also home to numerous shopping malls, strip malls, and big box retailers. The nexus of Serramonte is Serramonte Center, originally opened in 1968, near the intersection of State Route 1 and Interstate 280, in the triangle formed by Callan Boulevard, Serramonte Boulevard, and Junipero Serra Boulevard which originally opened in 1968.

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