San Francisco’s real estate market is showing signs of continued growth in the last quarter of 2012, and according to the most recent statistics, the Dogpatch is a true up-and-coming neighborhood destination for new home buyers this year. Urbanites seeking commutable travel to the city and a close-knit, artistic community are making the Dogpatch their choice.

The area offers affordable single-family homes, new construction condominium communities, and an exciting local arts district with tons of local flavor, along with a plethora of unique dining options. With a history as an industrial center, the new condominium complexes are going a long way to rejuvenate the area. Other contributing factors to the neighborhood’s popularity are its proximity to the budding Mission Bay and South Beach areas, as well as the new University of California campus. Plans for redevelopment of existing industrial space as well as increased zoning for parks are clear signs of the growth potential for this area.

For more information about available properties in the Dogpatch, contact neighborhood professional Eugene Pak at 415.254.5853,, or Jack Su at 415.505.7611,

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Climb Real Estate provides this information to the public and our clients and does not guarantee its accuracy. Climb Real Estate does not necessarily represent the seller nor the marketing company in any way. For buyer representation, contact Climb or learn how to buy new developments.

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