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About Dogpatch

Developed as a mixed industrial and residential district and subsequently surviving the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, Dogpatch is one of the city's oldest neighborhoods. World War II brought naval shipyards, an industrial boom, and an increased population to the area, but following the war, Dogpatch and the Central Waterfront remained neglected until the 1990s. Now, historic buildings and houses mix with modern condos and lofts.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $650,000 to $1,816,000

Closed Prices: $579,000 to $2,500,000

Median Sale Price: $1,127,000

Average $ per sq ft: $1260

Association Fee Ranges: $423 to $672, $125 to $858.25/mo

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1896 to 2020

Sq. Ft.: 432 to 1899 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 0 to 3 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 0 to 3 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 1 acres

Getting Around Dogpatch

Around Dogpatch

Historic Victorian and Edwardian single-family homes are scattered in chunks throughout Dogpatch. The eastern side is predominately large brick buildings, while newer condos line 3rd Street. The T-line streetcar runs along 3rd Street, a corridor dense with restaurants, bars, breweries, shopping and exercise studios. A park in the northern part of the neighborhood is a place for dogs to play. The southern section of Dogpatch is more predominantly industrial, resulting in less foot traffic and quieter nights than the rest of the area.

Chic bistros, trendy restaurants, organic cafes, and cheap sandwich shops are popular on the northern stretch of 3rd Street. Italian food is prevalent, but you can also find barbecue, soul food, Latin American cuisine, and casual breakfast and lunch spots throughout the neighborhood. For fine dining, you'll need to leave the neighborhood to explore other options.

Financial district workers waiting for the T-line streetcar on 3rd Street in the morning and commuters returning from Silicon Valley and walking home from the 22nd Street Caltrain station in the evening. You'll also see young professionals riding bikes into SOMA and Potrero Hill. Watch trucks making deliveries to industrial warehouses along the waterfront as well.

Taste beers at one of Dogpatch's multiple brewpubs on 3rd Street, or have cocktails and wine at one of the trendy lounges along this thoroughfare. Join the locals at one of the few dive bars sprinkled throughout the neighborhood, and watch it fill up after nearby Potrero Hill's music venues close. Head to an outdoor bar near the waterfront to enjoy great views of the neighborhood on a warm night.

Relax or exercise in one of the neighborhood's small parks on a sunny morning. Do yoga at one of Dogpatch's wellness studios or take a bike ride up the waterfront toward Mission Bay. Get coffee or a smoothie at one of the local organic cafes and take a walk in the neighborhood while studying its 19th century architecture.

Locals Love

  • Very walkable
  • Local breweries and pubs
  • Easy access to public transportation

Locals Don't Love

  • Industrial traffic
  • Freeway noise

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