San Francisco's Dogpatch To Get More For-Sale Housing
More for-sale housing is on its way to San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood. DM Development will develop 815 Tennessee with financing partners Grosvenor Americas and First Republic Bank. The five-story, 69-unit building will open for sales in fall 2017 and be completed early in 2018. One-, two- and three-bedroom units will be available. This latest development follows close behind Trumark Urban’s Knox, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2017.
The building includes a 4,500 SF rooftop deck, parking, bike repair and storage areas and a staffed lobby with a custom lit art wall. The project, designed by BDE Architects, will incorporate a historic façade with a mix of wood and steel and contemporary lines. Edmonds & Lee will design the interiors. The Mark Co. is marketing the units, which are expected to start in the $700Ks.
The new housing is one block from the Muni T line, Caltrain and I-280 and close to Espirit Park and the Third Street corridor, which offers restaurants, bakeries, shops and art galleries.