Central Waterfront / Dogpatch

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Central Waterfront / Dogpatch

Until recently, most of the Central Waterfront remained undeveloped or industrial with most of the residential centering around charming Dogpatch. Dogpatch is an enclave which includes residential and some light industrial components, and is an officially-designated historic district. Dogpatch survived the 1906 earthquake and fire relatively unscathed and, thus, has some of the oldest dwellings in the City, dating back to the 1860s. Gentrification began in the 1990s because of those original homes as well as new construction of loft-style condominiums. Here you will find the City's oldest public school, Irving M. Scott School, built in 1895; the historic shipyards at Pier 70; and Dogpatch Studios. Several quaint Victorians, designed at no-charge by Jon Cotter Pelton, Jr., remain on Tennessee and Minnesota Streets. His designs were published in the San Francisco Evening Bulletin, so that the City's working class could build affordable homes. Live/work lofts and a few condo projects, as well as new construction office and research facilities are rapidly changing the Central Waterfront into an exciting new neighborhood.
  • Zip Code(s): 94107

Central Waterfront / Dogpatch Demographics

Total Population in 94107: 17,368
Gender
 Male: 54.50%
 Female: 45.50%
Median Age: 36.40 years
Population Under 5 Years Old: 3.80%
Population 65 Years Old and Over: 11.20%
Average Household Size: 1.82
Median Household Income: $61362
Occupied Housing Units
 Owner Occupied:31.30%
 Renter Occupied:68.70%
Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 57.70%
Race
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Hispanic or Latino (of any race):9.50%
Foreign Born 23.70%
Speak Language Other Than English at Home: 28.50

Data source: US Census

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Central Waterfront / Dogpatch Blog

09.18.2014
Zephyr’s Neighborhood Photo Library Grows to 2,200+ Images
Zephyr’s Neighborhood Photo Library Grows to 2,200+ Images San Francisco, CA – September 17, 2014 – Zephyr Real Estate’s acclaimed San Francisco neighborhood photo library has expanded by nearly 1,000 photos. The library, which Zephyr created last year, formerly covered 37 of San Francisco’s 89 distinct neighborhoods. With the expansion, the library now holds over 2,200 photos covering 61 neighborhoods.
09.12.2014
Bay Area Beauty: The Architecture of the Residence Park
San Francisco, CA – September 12, 2014 – During the decades that followed the earthquake of 1906, new neighborhoods emerged in many parts of San Francisco. Influenced by the City Beautiful movement of the period, developers focused on land located in the outlying areas in the southern and western parts of the City. Some of the largest tracts of land west of Twin Peaks attracted a new form of residential neighborhood known as the ‘residence park’, areas defined by single family homes totally free of commercial development, integrated by a setting of green landscaped corridors and front yards. Balboa Terrace is among a very small number of such neighborhoods representing this approach to residential development in San Francisco.
09.08.2014
San Francisco’s Historic Home Trade Show on September 14
San Francisco, CA – September 8, 2014 – The second annual Historic Home Trade Show is coming up on Sunday, September 14, to its new and larger venue, the Golden Gate Club in the Presidio. 

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