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Dogpatch Neighborhood Basics:

The Dogpatch/Central Waterfront neighborhood is located to the South of Mission Bay and to the east of Potrero Hill. The neighborhood is one of San Francisco’s oldest areas, and is home to the city’s oldest public school, the Irving M. Scott School that was built in 1895. The neighborhood 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, managed by the Port of San Francisco, which occupies approximately 69-acres. Pier 70 has been identified as a future National Historic District due to its over 150-years of continuous operations in Ship Building and Repair, the role it has played in the industrialization of the Western United States, the war efforts and architectural and engineering feats.

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.

Dogpatch Homes and Condos for Sale:

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638 19th Street Unit 4 San Francisco, CA 94107

3 Beds
2 Baths
1,605 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 439254
Property Type Condominium
Located in the desirable Dog Patch neighborhood this spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo has an excellent floorplan. The common area, features an open kitchen with stainless appliances, warm maple cabinets, granite counter tops and plenty of storage space. The breakfast bar is perfect for a morning cup of coffee. Living room and dining area create a perfect entertaining space. The 2 front bedrooms are both very generous in size and have excellent closet space and Western light. The master bedroom suite features generous closet space, private bath, and a sitting area, perfect for creating a private retreat. One car deeded parking, storage and a common area BBQ area complete the package. Close to UCSF, Mission Bay, AT&T Park and the T line.

638 19th Street Unit 10 San Francisco, CA 94107

3 Beds
2.5 Baths
-- SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 439764
Property Type Condominium
This sophisticated top floor penthouse in the heart of the DogPatch features a spacious remodeled kitchen w/ breakfast bar, generous open living/dining, fireplace, half bath and views of the water. Top floor features 3 bedrooms,1 master suite and 2 additional bedrooms and 2nd full bath. The home is light and bright, has gorgeous hardwood floors throughout and many extras; skylights, deck off master, in-unit laundry and many owner upgrades in a A+ location. Short walk to AT&T Ballpark, Mission Bay Campuses, shuttles. Steps to all the bustling shops, restaurants, parks and the waterfront of the DogPatch. Transportation is an ease with Muni outside, only 2 Blocks to Caltrain and easy FWY access. It's all here, the home you've been waiting for!