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Dogpatch Development Could Displace Local Craftsmen

Dogpatch Development Could Displace Local Craftsmen

The two-story industrial building at 950 Tennessee Street, across the Street from Esprit Park, is currently home to Watermark Press, a printing company owned by RR Donnelley, which employs “a group of highly skilled craftsmen within the city limits of San Francisco gives clients the advantage of producing work locally with minimal time-to-market Read More »

Infamous Dogpatch Party Pad Sells For $2.2M

Infamous Dogpatch Party Pad Sells For $2.2M

Greg Bronstein’s former Dogpatch party pad at 1200 Indiana Street, complete with a cantilevered hot tub overlooking the living room island and a temple to showering behind, was foreclosed upon and sold for $2.179 million on the courthouse steps in San Francisco yesterday afternoon. On the market for a little over two million in 2006, Read More »

Startup Brewery And Taproom Targeting Dogpatch Site

Startup Brewery And Taproom Targeting Dogpatch Site

The startup microbrewery dubbed “Harmonic Brewing” is angling to setup shop in Dogpatch and has drafted plans to establish its brewery and taproom at 1050 26th Street, a current warehouse site. As proposed, Harmonic would brew up to 5,000 barrels of beer per year in Dogpatch and its taproom would serve beer, snacks and growlers Read More »

Redesigned Dogpatch Development Slated For Approval

Redesigned Dogpatch Development Slated For Approval

Downsized from six stories as originally envisioned and now proposing to incorporate, rather than demolish, a corner portion of the existing two-story building on the Dogpatch site “to serve as a visual reminder of the building’s original use and the industrial history of the neighborhood,” the proposed development of a 69-unit condo building at 815 Read More »

Ramping Up The Waterfront In Dogpatch

Ramping Up The Waterfront In Dogpatch

As we noted in our earlier report about the latest designs and details for the 9-acre Crane Cove Park to be built along San Francisco’s waterfront in Dogpatch, the plans include a new patio area just south of The Ramp, a patio which will be open to the public but is also expected to serve Read More »

Crane Cove Park: New Designs, Details And Timing

Crane Cove Park: New Designs, Details And Timing

Covering nine acres along San Francisco’s waterfront between Mariposa and 19th Streets, the plans for Crane Cove Park in Dogpatch include a new sandy shoreline and waterfront walk; a large open green for lounging and picnicking; native gardens, a multi-use lawn and playgrounds for the kids; a furnished sun deck and look-out pier; and the Read More »

Designs For Industrial Chic Development In Historic Dogpatch

Designs For Industrial Chic Development In Historic Dogpatch

The designs for a new development to rise in Dogpatch behind the former Police Station at 2300 3rd Street and adjacent to the former Fire Station at 909 Tennessee, a building which was purchased by a plugged-in reader a few year back, have been revised and refined. As proposed, the existing one-story Furniture Innovation warehouse Read More »

Dogpatch Development Watch: Impact And Timing For 800 Indiana

Dogpatch Development Watch: Impact And Timing For 800 Indiana

The Environmental Impact Report for AvalonBay’s proposed development of 338 apartments at 800 Indiana Street, in Dogpatch across from Esprit Park and upon the 2.5-acre parcel upon which the San Francisco Opera’s warehouse currently stands, has been published and the public hearing for the report has been scheduled for September 11. Surrounded by 22nd Street Read More »

Dogpatch Institution Could Be Razed For More Condos To Rise

Dogpatch Institution Could Be Razed For More Condos To Rise

Exploratory plans to raze the two-story Dogpatch building on the northwest corner of Third and 18th Streets, home to the Moshi Moshi Cocktail and Sushi bar since 1987, have been submitted to San Francisco’s Planning Department for review. As proposed, a six-story building with 18 residential units over 3,000 square feet of retail space would Read More »

Dogpatch Development Watch: New Designs For 800 Indiana

Dogpatch Development Watch: New Designs For 800 Indiana

AvalonBay is pushing forward with the proposed development of up to 338 apartments in Dogpatch, across the street from Esprit Park. The 800 Indiana Street project would rise up to 58 feet in height across the 2.5-acre parcel upon which the San Francisco Opera’s set warehouse currently stands, surrounded by 22nd Street to the south, Read More »

Carpenters Union Moving South, Dogpatch Parcel Opening Up

Carpenters Union Moving South, Dogpatch Parcel Opening Up

The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Local Union 22 is planning to construct a five-story office and assembly building for the union at the corner of Third Street and Cargo Way, just south of the Islais Creek Channel at the entrance to Bayview, a site which has been sitting vacant since a Read More »

Encroaching On The Hells Angels In San Francisco

Encroaching On The Hells Angels In San Francisco

The big green wall on the northern edge of the proposed mid-block passage between Tennessee and Third, just north of 23rd Street, isn’t simply for decoration. For on the other side of said wall is the Clubhouse for the Frisco chapter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club. The club isn’t planning to move. And as Read More »

Designs For Another 259 Dogpatch Apartments Up For Approval

Designs For Another 259 Dogpatch Apartments Up For Approval

As plugged-in people have long known to expect, designs to raze the southern portion of the Dogpatch block bounded by Third, 23rd, and Tennessee Streets have been drawn with plans to construct a six-story building with 259 rental units over parking for 147 cars and 259 bikes, and 2,300 square feet of retail, on the Read More »

Dogpatch Development Refined, Ready To Be Approved

Dogpatch Development Refined, Ready To Be Approved

The plans to raze Café Cocomo at 650 Indiana and construct two distinct five-story buildings with a total of 111 new apartments on the Dogpatch block between 18th and 19th Streets have been refined, are ready to be approved, and will be presented to San Francisco’s Planning Commission in two weeks. Click the new renderings Read More »

A Showcase Connection Between Potrero, Dogpatch, And The Bay

A Showcase Connection Between Potrero, Dogpatch, And The Bay

One of five designs to showcase San Francisco’s Green Connections project, a 115 mile network of walking and biking paths to crisscross San Francisco, the concept for connecting Potrero Hill and Dogpatch includes a staircase and improved pathway along the 22nd street right of way, linking Potrero to Dogpatch’s commercial core; improvements to the 22nd Read More »