Millwheel South

“A Dogpatch Pioneer.” – Britton

Built in 2012, Millwheel South is home to 32 residences at 1301 Indiana St. and 1280 Minnesota St. in the Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco. Millwheel South is the little sister in the two-building Millwheel family, and she’s also the older sister, finishing construction in 2012 while Millwheel North completed initial sales in 2014.


Home sizes at Millwheel South include one-bedroom homes, two-bedroom homes, and three-bedroom homes. Building amenities include a courtyard between the two buildings.


Developer: R Group


Agua Vista Park Along the Bay

Dog-Friendly Esprit Park

Indiana St. Facade


MLS Listed Homes in the Building

$1,495,000 | 3, 2
MLS# 421591695
This single floor 3 bedroom/2.5 bath home faces the courtyard, so it's quiet& bright. Step inside to a great room with9' ceilings, a gas fireplace, & wide-plank oak flooring. To your left is the capacious kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances,...
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More About the Building

The two buildings that make up Millwheel South — one that fronts Indiana Street, the other Minnesota Street — offer an excellent location for commuters to Silicon Valley, with I-280 access being incredibly convenient. It is also walkable to Mission Bay and the Muni T-Third streetcar, providing great transit options for individuals working in downtown San Francisco.


Number of Homes


Construction Schedule
Built in 2012


All homes have parking for at least one car


Amenities and Finishes

Many of the homes have decks or small patios, depending on their location. Some homes span their respective buildings, while others face either the courtyard or the street (Indiana or Minnesota).

As originally built and delivered, the homes featured wood floors with carpet in the bedrooms, stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone countertops, and an in-unit washer and dryer. Most homes have an additional storage cage.

Millwheel South amenities are the shared courtyard area between the two buildings, elevator, and secure lobby access. The modest monthly HOA dues reflect the basic amenities, which many home buyers appreciate if they don’t anticipate using the amenities offered in an HOA.