HILLS OF SAN FRANCISCO
Once used by native Americans as hunting grounds, by the late 1860's this area developed into the City's most dense and important center for heavy industry, with thousands of industrial workers and skilled craftsmen.
This sunny hip urban neighborhood has really blossomed in recent years.
Once very gritty and almost exclusively industrial, it is now roughly 50% residential.
Adjacent to Potrero Hill, it enjoys an easy commute downtown or to the peninsula.
Esprit Park is a favorite gathering place for people and their pets. It is centrally located between 20th, 22nd, Indiana and Minnesota Streets.
The City of San Francisco declared Dogpatch as a historic district in 2003. A number of Victorian-style houses designed by architect Jon Cotter Pelton Jr. in the early 1880's line parts of Tennessee and Minnesota Streets.
The Third Street corridor has been repaved and new sidewalks and streetlights installed. The Third Street Light Rail runs from Caltrain Depot @ 4th & King down to Sunnydale.
Like numerous other parts of the City, Dogpatch is in the midst of a growth boom. Several new condo developments are about to begin and a new Dogpatch Arts Center on 19th and Indiana.
3rd Street at 22nd
Minnesota & 22nd Street
Victorian-style houses, architect Jon Cotter Pelton Jr.
Mr & Mrs Miscellaneous on Third
Third Street streetlight
Dogpatch Boulders (climbing) on Third
Dogpatch Saloon on Third
Yield Wine Bar on Third
Museum of Craft Design on Third
Hard Knox Cafe on Third
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