The Central Waterfront/Dogpatch district is one of the more famous and dynamic neighborhood in San Francisco located between Potrero Hill and the bay. It was inhabited in the late 1800s by industrial workers and their families and is one of the few areas in San Francisco to survive the 1906 earthquake and fire. Dogpatch was formally assigned as the historic district of the city of San Francisco in 2002.
The homes and commercial real estate in Central Waterfront/Dogpatch have an interesting history. They are the remainders of the neighborhood’s former factories, warehouses, shipyards and mills and have become live/work lofts, high-tech professional workspaces and contemporary restaurants. From Central Waterfront/Dogpatch, it is easy to move around the Bay area as it is located along the T-Third Street Muni light-rail line which is close to Caltrain, Highway 101 and Interstate 280. Close-by Mission Bay is the headquarters for the university of San Francisco research campus.
Central Waterfront/Dogpatch has an array of local restaurants which offers ingenious assorted fresh foods. Amongst the restaurants is: Just for You Café, The Ramp, Yield Wine Bar and Mission Rock Resort. The American cuisine restaurant Serpentine which is located in a former tin-can factory’s boiler room is an example of the audacious history of Central Waterfront/Dogpatch buildings. Whole Foods Market is available for those who love to cook to get their cooking ingredients.
Close-by Potrero Hill’s 18th Street corridor is an abundance of contemporary bars, cafes and restaurants. Blooms Saloon has an illustrious view of downtown San Francisco while Mission Hill Saloon which has been selected as one of the foremost dive bars in the whole country.
Esprit Park is the spot in which residents congregate for picnics especially on sunny days while watching their pets play. For commuting, multiple Muni bus and light-rail lines provides access to downtown.
The residential options in Central Waterfront/Dogpatch includes Victorian cottages constructed in the 1860s. Penthouse lofts feature Downtown, East Bay and Bay Bridge views; private patios and garages. Majority of the live/work lofts in historic buildings have far-reaching windows and is made of bare brick walls.
To learn more, visit our Central Waterfront/Dogpatch real estate market conditions.
- ID: 3411
- Published: October 25, 2018
- Last Update: August 27, 2019
- Views: 368