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Dogpatch / Central Waterfront
Dogpatch Neighborhood Basics:
Looking for Dogpatch condos? The Dogpatch/Central Waterfront neighborhood is located to the South of Mission Bay and to the east of Potrero Hill. The recently opened T-third light-rail light runs north/south through the heart of the neighborhood along 3rd St. The neighborhood – one of SF’s oldest – survived the 1906 earthquake with minimal damage, and as a result is home to some of the oldest buildings in the city, some dating as far back as the 1860s.
Along Tennessee and Minnesota streets you’ll find an eclectic mix of historic Victorian homes – including some designed by Jon Cotter Pelton Jr, who published his home designs in the San Francisco Evening Bulletin for free so that the city’s working class could build an affordable home – as well as modern lofts and condominiums.
The neighborhood is currently a mix of older homes, older light-industrial/industrial buildings, and some more recent condo and loft projects. Developers are rapidly transforming historic buildings, warehouses and vacant or abandoned lots into office space and residential condominium homes. The Central Waterfront is also home to the officially designated Dogpatch Historic District.
Among the many historic resources in the neighborhood is Pier 70, which is currently being re-developed into a mixed-use development by Forest City. For over 150 years, Pier 70 was home to ship building and repair and it played a major role in the industrialization of the Western United States and our war efforts.
The 2007 expansion of the T-3rd muni-light rail service into the neighborhood along 3rd street was a transformational event in the development of the neighborhood, and plenty of boutiques and coffee shops have opened along the light rail corridor over the past several years. Transit to downtown is convenient, while commuters to Silicon Valley also love the neighborhood for the easy access to I-280.
Esprit Park is made up of a north and south building, each built around a courtyard area. The north building is entirely new construction while some homes in the south building feature historic brick and timber.
Set the time machine to 1900 for the origin of this Queen Anne Victorian house that survived the 1906 quake and sits on one of the best blocks in historic Dogpatch. Zoned RH-3, this house features two huge 3br, 1ba flats of 1500+ sq ft each, plus a 2 car tandem garage and an additional 1br, 1ba inlaw down. Location, location, location: walk to Muni, UCSF medical facilities, Giants games, and soon, Warriors games, too! Live in one unit, rent out the others, or use as a single family or extended family home. Property was updated in the 1970's (electrical, gas, plumbing, heating, etc), but is otherwise not upgraded or remodeled. Bring your tools, time, and toil, or bring your contractor, but make this one all yours, bringing it up to 2017!
This Esprit Park Penthouse has 2 master suites, 2.5 baths, & a reverse floor plan that lives much larger than expected. Updated by Sagan-Piechorta Architecture; it reimagines the original space with amazing details. Kitchen updates include: Anne Sacks tiles, stainless floating shelves, LED lighting, Miele (fridge, wine fridge, & dishwasher), Blue Star Range, Modern-Aire venting, Blanco sink, bespoke walnut accents, & a gorgeous island with a microwave drawer. The spa like master bath includes: Anne Sacks tile, Flos lighting, custom cabinets, blu bathworks (sinks, faucets, tub, fixtures), walnut vanity & bench seat. Community features include weekday concierge, gym and media room. Super commuter friendly it's near 280/101, CalTrain, & Muni.
Sensational top floor corner Dogpatch loft with 2 decks, 2 balconies, 16 windows, two real bedrooms, great closet space, and memorable views of the city. A truly unique home highlighted by perfectly proportioned rooms, functional floor plan, dramatic curving barrel ceiling, and exceptional light. Spacious bedroom on loft level with access to a large private roof deck. Enclosed 2nd bedroom on main level with a large closet and step out balcony. Small boutique bldg on a quiet street yet steps from many notable neighborhood attractions such as Just For You, Serpentine, Piccino, and Moshi Moshi. Future Pier 70 waterfront redevelopment and park (Pier70sf.com), and the Warriors Arena will make this one of the city's most desirable neighborhoods.