Dogpatch; once mainly an industrial center, is now a rising star (though some would prefer to keep it under the radar). There are dozens of architecturally significant buildings and homes built in the late 1860’s & 1910, as Dogpatch is one of the few areas that survived the 1906 earthquake. Today it’s a hub of local makers, artists, and designers. The Ramp has been around since the ’50’s – Carlos Santana and Benjamin Bratt have been spotted having a few drinks and listening to music there.
Wanna have a cooking class with your friends in a super cool warehouse? Check out Hands on Gourmet. And of course, the Warriors Arena is now in the works.

Knox takes a cue from this distinct neighborhood. Offering one, two, and three–bedroom condos with simple lines and refined finishes. Along with a landscaped courtyard with a butterfly habitat. Yes, that’s right – a butterfly habitat.

Sales for Knox will begin early 2016, and before you get too comfortable thinking that’s waaay down the road, consider this- Christmas is only four months away.

It is NEVER too early to start getting your move-in plan together. Send me a note, I’m happy to help.

Here are more upcoming buildings changing our skyline. The New SF #newconstruction #newsf