Panoramic views of the Central Waterfront
Offering: One, two and three bedroom units
Parking: 48 underground parking spaces
Bicycle: 70 bicycle parking space
HOA Range: To be announced
Amenities: Landscaped rooftop terrace with bench
seating and building barbaque, dedicated lobby
attendant, car sharing, bike shop. Fiber optic and Webpass high-speed internet available and a Package Concierge system.
26 one-bedroom units
38 two-bedroom units
5 three-bedroom units
Appointed with sustainably-sourced materials and forward-thinking features that invigorate the culture of innovation within the building. The architectural-forward design features raw building materials on the interior and exterior, with a metal structural framing system and Prodema ProdEX ecological cladding.
Expansive views of the bay and city skyline from select residences
Generous ceilings, with over 12’ living room ceiling heights in select 5th floor residences
Sustainably-sourced Admonter wide-plank oak hardwood floors in kitchens, living rooms and interior hallways
European floor-to-ceiling kitchen casework designed by Sozo Studio
Full-height backsplash in kitchen
White quartz countertops in kitchens and bathrooms
Bosch gas range, oven and panelized dishwasher
Panelized Liebherr refrigerator/freezer
Blanco dual-spray kitchen faucets with Elkay sink
Hansgrohe bathroom fixtures
Porcelain tile in bathrooms
Washer & dryer hookups
Study nook in select residences
Private outdoor patios and terraces in select residences
Walk-in closets in select residences
Walk-in showers in select residences
Building Features and Amenities
The building’s historic brick façade graces the resident entryway and a landscaped courtyard, invites everyone who enters. Past the courtyard, the lobby is illuminated by a brilliant art wall that highlights the building’s historic past in electrical invention as the original site of The Bowie Switch Company.
A dedicated lobby attendant, on-site parking, and car sharing will keep you operating at optimal efficiency with ease. There’s even a bicycle repair station and storage area for those who pioneer the roads on two-wheels.
Technological amenities include the availability of fiber optic service and Webpass high-speed internet and a Package Concierge system to conveniently manage your deliveries.
The green rooftop is landscaped and irrigated with reclaimed water.
The rooftop floors are made of wood sourced from a Benedictine monastery in Admont, Austria.
Industrious Past, Meets The Innovative Future
The Dogpatch neighborhood is as historic as it is vibrant. Populated in the late 1800s by industrial workers and their families, the Dogpatch was one of the few areas in San Francisco to survive the 1906 earthquake and fire. In 2002, the Dogpatch became an officially designated historic district of the city of San Francisco.
The Dogpatch is located on the East side of San Francisco, and runs adjacent to the waterfront of the San Francisco Bay, just east of Potrero Hill. The neighborhood offers convenient access to the South Bay, Silicon Valley, and Downtown San Francisco via Muni Metro light rail, Caltrain, and the nearby 280 and 101 highways. The building is just half a block from the Muni Metro light rail, and offers as well an on-site car share program.
*815 Tennessee will be exclusively sold and marketed by the listing agent, The Mark Company. Joske offers homebuyers with independent representation.