A culturally rich, unique waterfront neighborhood that captures the imagination.
Once a busy industrial area that was also packed with hardworking European immigrants the Dogpatch neighborhood was originally called “Dutchman’s Flat”.
A classic industrial San Francisco neighborhood with a true makers’ spirit gives rise to a new era of prosperity.
Crane Cove Park
Just across the street from 2177 Third will be the newly reimagined Crane Cove Park, opening in 2020. With a scenic beach and water access, Crane Cove will become San Francisco’s next iconic public green space.
Only three blocks away, the Chase Center is a game-changer. Not only will it be home to the world’s greatest basketball team, it will also play host to over 140 cultural events and performances per year.
BISTROS, BAKERIES, & BREWERIES
In a city known for its food scene, you’ll find no shortage of culinary options. From standbys like The Ramp to up-and-comers like the Wooly Pig, you’ll find something for every craving and every occasion.
UP AND WITH A TWIST
Whatever your preference, the local watering holes have something for everyone. You can go decidedly upscale or authentically old school, all in the space of a few blocks.
A great neighborhood needs great parks. Dogpatch favorites include Esprit and Mariposa, which provide welcome green space with ample opportunity for jogging, dog walking, or just some simple R&R.
Pier 70, long vacant and once an industrial hub for Naval ship and Transbay Tube assembly, will soon become home to an array of new residences, restaurants, and artists’/makers’ spaces. In addition to acres of waterfront parks and open space, Pier 70 will also welcome new retailers, including Restoration Hardware’s new Bay Area flagship presence.
POTRERO POWER STATION
The Power Station is reimagining 29 acres of San Francisco’s industrial Central Waterfront space with an impressive new assortment of places to live (2,600 homes), work (1.2MM SF office and R&D), visit (100,000 SF of retail) and play (6 acres of parks and open space).