The Dogpatch neighborhood is one of my favorites. It’s quirky juxtaposition of classic Victorians loaded with beautiful details adjacent to industrial cranes and abandoned shipbuilding yards (soon to be redeveloped) captured my heart at first site. We cover a lot of the neighborhood developments over on our San Francisco real estate blog devoted to condos, and while we were in the neighborhood this past week I had a chance to grab a bunch of pictures.
Below are the Cranes and Victorians!
The area is changing substantially with substantial in-fill development. I’m at least a dozen developments behind in the neighborhood, but I hope to be caught up soon. As Mission Bay continues to develop, SOMA becomes less industrial, and the Bayview areas become denser, you can expect to see this neighborhood change substantially as well.
It’s got great weather, flat stretches that are great for walking, and plenty of spots where you can walk along the waterfront. I hope to see you out and about in the area.