Built in 2000, 1415 Indiana is home to 18 residences in the Dogpatch neighborhood. Notable features of the building include its contemporary architecture and convenient location.

Home sizes range from just under 1,500 square feet up to about 2,150 square feet. Homes are available in one and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include in-home laundry, roof deck, intercom, and elevator.


Architect: David Baker


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    More About the Building

    Designed by award-winning architect David Baker in the vibrant Dogpatch neighborhood. Newly constructed neighborhood bike paths make this location a great option – some might say a biker’s paradise.

    1415 Indiana is also near neighborhood restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques as well as Crane Cove Park and Esprit Park. Here are just a few Dogpatch neighborhood highlights: Minnesota Street Art Project, Neighbor Bakehouse, Serpentine Restaurant, Piccino Cafe, Magnolia & Harmonic Brewing, Hard Knox Cafe, The Ramp, 22nd St CalTrain, and 3rd Street Light Rail.


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    One car independent parking in the building garage comes with most homes.

    Amenities and Original Finishes

    In-home laundry, roof deck, intercom, elevator.


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