1325 Indiana St #211

Concrete, glass, & steel lend heft to this David Baker landmark bldg, which helped place Potrero’s celebrated Dogpatch micro-neighb on the map in 2002. Today, it remains an icon of raw, parred-down chic. The lobby, straight-forward and purposeful, and the dramatically spare corridor leading to the unit, set the tone for this hyper-urban home. Inside, ceilings soar past 13′, & vast expanses of glass bathe the entire space with tons of natural light from a rare southern exposure. Polished concrete floors, walls that beg for art of heroic scale, and a private terrace with outlooks to a vine clad wall of corrugated steel create an Urbanite’s dreamspace. Bespoke window treatments, silverleaf clad wall surfaces, new carpeting, Bosch appliances, granite and tile surfaces in kitchen and baths, and custom closet systems add appeal. Progress Park, Esprit Park, Dogpatch destinations, rail & fwys are nearby. An office alcove, deeded pkg & storage, in-unit laundry & low dues make it one to see!

1325 Indiana Street, San Francisco, CA, USA