Ideally located where vibrant Mission Bay meets Central Waterfront, this tri-level loft offers the best of urban living. The main level features a spacious great room with 19-foot ceiling and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows. The lower level has a huge private bedroom suite with walk-in closet and an office. The mezzanine level is a cozy loft bedroom suite. Other features include a private patio, wood floors, in-unit laundry and two gas fireplaces. A boutique 19-unit building with elevator and low dues. One-car garage parking. Minutes to Downtown and the ball park. One block to the new UCSF campus. Easy access to freeway, light rail, Caltrain station and urban conveniences.
- Bright and spacious top floor unit.
- 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths.
- 1547 sq ft of interior living space per tax record.
- Open living space with 19-ft ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows.
- HOA dues are $478 a month.
- Two suites including a private master suite with office and walk-in closet.
- A private patio off living room.
- Parking, elevator and well managed HOA
- Additional storage, dry-cleaning lockers on site.
Dogpatch is located on the eastern side of the city, adjacent to the waterfront of the San Francisco Bay. It contains housing, some light industry, and a new but growing arts district. In 2002 it became an officially designated historic district of the city of San Francisco. In recent years, many warehouses were converted to lofts and condos in recent years. Like its neighbor Potrero Hill, Dogpatch enjoys sunny weather in San Francisco. Its Caltrain station at 22nd Street makes Dogpatch popular with commuters who work south of San Francisco.
Mission Bay is home to the new UCSF research campus, which has stimulated rapid growth in this emerging affluent neighborhood of high-end condominiums, upscale restaurants and bio-tech research facilities. UCSF will be adding a large world-class, family-centered hospital complex, which will be certified by the US Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The first new branch of the San Francisco Public Library in over 40 years opened here in 2006, Established in 1998 as a redevelopment area, Mission Bay is truly becoming a destination neighborhood.