The affordable neighborhood of Dogpatch is the perfect place for artists and creatives. Home to some of the oldest homes in the city, the historic core of the community consists of single-family homes and two-unit properties. Over the last 10 years, redevelopment has occurred in industrial spaces, so residents can now find unique live-work lofts and apartments. Many housing projects are planned for the next five years, which will further add to the local housing market.
Whether you live in Dogpatch or just want to visit for the day, you won’t be bored. The Dogpatch Arts Plaza is a large, outdoor gallery that hosts music venues and large-scale art installations. Progress Park and Esprit Park provide outdoor space, and indoor rock climbing is found at Dogpatch Boulders. With plenty of interesting places to eat, local restaurants include bagel shops like Daily Driver, and ethnic eateries include Besharam and Marcella’s Lasagneria. Stop by to check out that all that Dogpatch has to offer.