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This light-filled Dogpatch open floor plan loft includes towering ceilings, soaring windows, and an intuitive layout with zero wasted space. The open-concept kitchen, dining, and living area is ideal whether you are entertaining or keeping an eye on a toddler. A Zoom/office nook and adjacent storage closets are strategically located under the stairs to the mezzanine. An expansive master bedroom with en suite bathroom, large walk-in closet, and private egress await upstairs. Below lies a rare completely private 2nd bedroom with a flexible murphy bed lay out and a tastefully remodeled full bathroom across the hall. This sophisticated loft boasts an in-unit washer dryer, shared roof deck and the most convenient assigned parking stall in the building. Close proximity to Muni, Cal Train, easy access to 280 and 101, Chase Center, Progress Dog Park and some of the hottest bars and restaurants in one of SF's trendiest neighborhoods.
• We love the intuitive and flexible layout of the apartment, where every area of the home has its proper and obvious space and proportions. There are no wasted or awkward spaces. A favorite is the home office nook!
• We love the open and expansive feeling you get from the moment you open the doors and get that shot of light from the large loft windows and 20 ft ceilings.
• We love the location of the open-concept kitchen, which is both integrated to the main space and makes anyone in it feel like a part of the conversation, yet at the same time it’s got its own area and doesn’t encroach into the main living/dining space.
• New microwave, Bosch dishwasher, and Bosch Washer unit installed within the last couple of years
• We loved all the generous storage in the kitchen – plenty of cabinet space for all our needs as a family of 3.
• We love the full visibility into the home that the open layout affords. It came in especially handy when we had our infant and toddler son and we could always keep eyes on him, no matter where he was in the apartment.
• We love the convenience and privacy that each bedroom has with their own entrance, and a bathroom either en-suite in the case of the master or across the hallway in the case of the second bedroom.
• We love the quiet and privacy of the second bedroom – our son slept incredibly well there as an infant and toddler, as did all of our guests that slept there over the years.
• We loved entertaining in our space. Such a great spot for parties and large dinner parties.
• We loved the spaciousness of the master bedroom – it was the perfect mix between an open space with good natural light and a privacy.
• We loved all the storage throughout – the two closets downstairs, the storage under the stairs, the storage in the walk-in closet were all very generous. In addition, we had additional storage in the extra unit in the garage.
• We loved the privacy and safety of the garage, and that we didn’t have to go outside the building to get into the apartment.
• We have the best parking spot in the building – it’s the most generous space and the easiest to maneuver in and out of.
• We love the visibility of who’s coming and going from both the garage and building entryway from both a security and convenience POV
• There’s a GoBike docking station right outside of the apartment on Indiana St.
• A boutique condo building with only 12 units (mostly owner-occupied) keeps the building quiet and manageable, with a close-knit, friendly community of neighbors who all look out for each other and step in to help whenever anyone needs it.
• The HOA is very hands-on, well managed, and responsive to the building needs.
• The roof deck has become an important space for al fresco activities and happy hours with the neighbors
• The building has a Monkeybrains ISP setup on the roof, so all residents have access to fiber optic and high capacity wireless links. Monkeybrains deliver ultra high speed internet that is very reliable and affordable ($35/month)
Shopping, Food, and Restaurants:
This is a great roundup of the greatest, latest: https://www.7x7.com/neighborhood-guide-dogpatch-san-francisco-1786970461/arts-activities-in-dogpatch
From a grocery perspective, you have a number of options, from a great neighborhood bodega (Reno’s Liquor Store on 22nd street) to Safeway on 16th st. 10 minutes away, to everything in between:
-Mainstay Markets on 22nd street, which opened in 2020.
-Whole Foods in Potrero Hill (Rhode Island st.) is a 5 minute drive away.
-Gus’s community market in Mission Bay is a 5 minute drive away.
-Trader Joe’s on 9th street is also less than a 10 minute drive, as is -----Safeway on 16th street.
-Good Life Grocery Stores on both Potrero Hill and Bernal Heights are also about 5 minutes away.
Dogpatch is a Foodie’s paradise, with so many Specialty Gourmet Shops:
-La Fromagerie for cheese and other imported French goods
-Olivier’s Butchery, easily one of the city’s finest
-Neighbor Bakehouse, which has a cult following for their freshly baked goods and specialty sandwiches.
-Poco Dolce Confections
-Freshly made bagels at Daily Driver
-Mr & Mrs Miscellaneous Ice Cream Shop
Newcomers! Kin Khao Outpost: https://sf.eater.com/2020/8/12/21365186/kin-khao-new-restaurant-dogpatch-pim-techamuanvivit
-Just for You Café
-Gilberth’s Rottisserie & Grill
-Hard Knox Café
-Long Bridge Pizza
-Glena’s Tacos & Margaritas
-The Plant Café
-The Wooly Pig
-Noon All Day
-Harmonic Brewery (3 min walk from apt; see below)
-Dogpatch Wine Works
-Yield Wine Bar
-The Sea Star
-The Midway (for drinks, dancing, art, and more!)
Open three years in a renovated industrial warehouse, this brewery and tap room is pleasantly tucked away from the bustle of Third Street. Harmonic typically features 12 beers on tap, including their light and bright H’ella Waits IPA, oatmeal-ish Cold Press Stout and traditional Czech-style Prague Rock Pilsner. The space is bright, dog-friendly, kid-friendly and often has a gourmet food truck or pop-up on-site, such as Las Marias Venezuelan Kitchen, Good to Eat Dumplings and El Chino Grande from Chris Yang, the former chef at the now-closed ‘Aina. Did we mention the live music and comedy shows?
-Revel plant, flower, and gift shop
-Rickshaw Bike works
-Triple Aught Design
-The Museum of Craft & Design Gift Shop
Sports & Recreation:
-Rockclimbing at Dogpatch Boulders
-Boxing at 3rd st. Boxing Gym
-Martial Arts at El Niño Training Center
Dogpatch has been named the nation’s 6th coolest neighborhood, and called America’s next great art neighborhood by the New York Times. And for good reason! It’s got everything you need right at your fingertips, from delicious and unique specialty foods, unique shopping, the best weather in san Francisco (warm and sunny all the time; fog is extremely rare in the hood), a vibrant maker scene, a cool and creative architecture full of repurposed industrial buildings, relatively easy parking, and a thriving, exciting and growing arts scene, amongst many others. It’s also the future of San Francisco, within walking distance to the city’s largest and most exciting developments, from Chase Stadium to Pier 70, and the Potrero Power Station.
South Dogpatch has so many hidden gems, particularly Harmonic Brewery, a 3 minute walk from the apartment, the Minnesota Street Project Art Galleries, and the Philz Coffee “Home Office” HQ, which is always a bustling scene. From there, you immediately connect to the heart of Dogpatch on the 3rd st corridor, walking south, full of gems from climbing gyms, to barber shops, multiple restaurants (Hard Knox Café, Magnolia brewery), Museum of Craft & Design, Dutchman’s Flat (a boutique cannabis dispensary). And that’s just on the block of 3rd street between 23rd and 22nd st!
The Dogpatch is accessible via the T-Line on Muni; Exit 20th Street or 23rd Street. From Silicon Valley, catch Caltrain and exit on 22nd Street (a 10 minute walk from the apartment). This is the fastest-growing ridership of any station in the entire state of California! It’s been recently spruced up.
Dogpatch also allows you to get anywhere in San Francisco in car or Uber within 10 minutes, from South Bay to East Bay on the 280 or 101, or from Mission, Potrero Hill, and Bernal Heights, Downtown, Mission Bay to BayView.
SFO is a 10-15 minute drive, depending on traffic. Incredibly convenient.
Cool Urban Parks, like Progress Park, Minnesota St Grove, which was recently expanded to run the length of Minnesota St from 24th to 25th st., and Esprit Park, which is scheduled for a renovation in 2020. These projects are an example of the work done by the Green Benefits District NGO, whose work is focused on the neighborhood. Crane Cove Park on 19th and Mariposa, which will have approx. 7 acres of parkland, including playgrounds has opened and is in phase 1.
You wouldn’t think it, but Dogpatch is great for kids! Not only is there an awesome playground on Indiana and 22nd (Woods Yard Park), which is a great place to meet other neighbors with kids, but there’s an exceptional daycare on 18th & 3rd (Busy Little Bees) and 3 amazing preschools in the neighborhood:
-Friends of Potrero Hill Nursery School
-Potrero Kids Preschool
-La Scuola International School
Good links on Dogpatch:
Showings by Appointment:
Contact Christian Carrigg
All showings will be done in compliance with COVID regulations and require a PEAD and pre-approval.
This recent discovery of a neighborhood is vital as it is historic. First inhabited by the families of industrial workers, Dogpatch survived the 1906 earthquake far more intact than almost any other neighborhood. In 2002, this newly invigorated part of town was officially designated a historic district of the city of San Francisco. Each of the older homes in Central Waterfront is a particular piece of history. A great many former factories and warehouses have been transformed into live/work lofts, exciting restaurants, or tech industry havens. The proximity of this neighborhood to all types of transportation including the 3rd street Muni Light Rail Line, Cal Train, and Highways 101 and 280 make it uniquely situated for business and residential use. Nearby Mission Bay is new headquarters for the UCSF Research campus. Food lovers who call Dogpatch home are treated to a wide array of innovative local options including Just for You, Piccino, The Ramp, Yield and Mission Rock. And you can just imagine the interesting spaces some of these eateries inhabit. Serpentine is located in a former tin can factory’s boiler room. A near-by Whole Foods Market helps nicely supplement ingredients for all the die-hard home cookers. Dogpatch is surrounded as well by some enormously appealing neighborhoods, including Potrero Hill’s 18th Street corridor which features even more trendy bars, cafes and restaurants. Bloom’s Saloon is known for its dramatic views of downtown, while Mission Hill Saloon has an official designation as one of the country’s best dive bars. Local love gathering at Esprit Park for a relaxation, while their dogs romp and socialize. And you’re always just a skip and a jump from downtown, where folks can enjoy the farmers’ market at the Ferry Plaza, and a nice waterfront stroll. Both Dogpatch and Central Waterfront offer a plethora of residential real estate options. 1860 Victorian cottages live side by side with exquisite high-rises featuring penthouse views, private patios and garages. Historic buildings offer expansive windows in live/work environments, full of exposed brick, period details, and loads of character.