One of a few spaces in San Francisco to survive the 1906 earthquake largely unscathed, Dogpatch features some of the oldest structures in the City, many of which date from the 1860s.
But with its history comes a past.
In fact, Dogpatch was once considered to be the rougher, working-class part of town characterized by docks, warehouses, and shady goings-on.
The dawn of the dot-com era in the early 1990s brought new life to Dogpatch and with it, a radical transformation of warehouses into trendy, sought-after live/work lofts and condos that continues to this day.
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