It’s easy to hit neighborhoods like Noe, Eureka and Cole Valleys to see $2M+ homes on broker tour. But in addition to heading to those ‘hoods yesterday, I decided to check out a newer listing in that price range in Dogpatch, a neighborhood that doesn’t typically offer single-family homes at this price point.
Real estate inventory in Dogpatch, also known as the Central Waterfront, is primarily comprised of condos. The area is a mix of residential, commercial and light industrial. New construction condo buildings have gone up since the 1990s, but are in limited supply. Tennessee and Minnesota Streets feature a smattering of Victorian single-family homes, and that’s where I found myself yesterday on broker tour. Continue Reading