1578 Indiana

Built in 2003,  1578 Indiana is home to 12 residences in the Dogpatch neighborhood. Notable features of the building include the contemporary open-plan loft architecture.

Home sizes at 1578 Indiana range from just under 950 square feet up to about 1,450 square feet. Homes are available in one and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a shared roof deck and in-home laundry with additional storage for homes in the building garage.


Architect: Gee Gee Aia


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    Convenient to I-280

    The Dynamic Dogpatch Neighborhood


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    Recently Sold

    $865,000 | 2, 1, 1
    MLS# 421535733
    Want to live in SF's coolest neighbor, with the fastest commute to the Peninsula? Crave light-filled spaces? You will love this bright loft with soaring ceilings and large east-facing windows that allow an abundance of light. The grand open floor...
    $885,500 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 505460
    This light-filled Dogpatch open floor plan loft includes towering ceilings, soaring windows, and an intuitive layout with zero wasted space. The open-concept kitchen, dining, and living area is ideal whether you are entertaining or keeping an eye on a toddler....
    $879,500 | 2, 2, 1
    MLS# 502378
    Light filled, sophisticated tri-level loft has everything. Hardwood floors throughout, with soaring ceilings and large east facing windows that allow for an abundance of light. 2 bedrooms on opposite ends of the loft balance the open feel of loft living...

    More About the Building

    On a real estate map, the area is known as the Dogpatch. A neighborhood for urban pioneers. Condo developments are going up, Mission Bay Hospital is open, and lots that are currently home to granite warehouses and plumbing supply shops will eventually be transformed into homes or other uses more in keeping with the city that San Francisco becomes as it transforms from a naval and industrial center to a high-tech hub.

    The grocery stores haven’t arrived yet, but restaurants and little boutiques are popping up across the neighborhood. Esprit Park (the park) was redone a few years ago and immediately across the street from Millwheel is Progress Park, which I’ve written about before. Are you an urban pioneer?

    The boutique 12-unit building has a secure gated entrance, and shared roof deck with downtown and bay views.


    Number of Homes

    Year Built


    1 side by side, self park

    Amenities and Original Finishes

    Extra storage in garage, roof deck, in-home laundry,