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Just Steps from Dogpatch

Stunning Tri-Level Loft Condominium


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  • Two Bedrooms
  • Two and One-Half Remodeled Baths
  • Live/Work Loft
  • Open Floor Plan
  • Chef’s Kitchen
  • Primary Suite
  • In-Unit Laundry
  • Shared Deck
  • Private Storage Closet
  • One-Car Garage Parking
  • Google Fiber Internet
  • Monthly dues $713.02
  • 1,165 SF [per floor plan]


701 Pennsylvania Avenue, #105 is a stunning three-level, two-bedroom, two and one-half bath live/work loft condominium just steps from San Francisco’s highly desirable Dogpatch neighborhood. The home has been impeccably updated and combines urban chic with contemporary design. Expansive west-facing, ceiling height windows bathe the home with abundant natural light and frame a leafy magnolia outlook.

The open plan main level creates a seamless flow between the living, dining, and kitchen areas, ideal for entertaining and everyday living. The living room’s 14+ foot ceiling creates an airy atmosphere.  The upgraded gourmet kitchen is outfitted with stainless appliances, Carrara marble counters, plentiful cabinets, and a large island. This level includes a full bath and laundry.

The upper-level primary suite is comprised of a spacious bedroom, elegantly remodeled bath, large walk-in closet, and an office alcove that overlooks the living room. The lower-level bedroom has street access, a remodeled half-bath, and custom California Closets. A shared deck, private storage closet, and one-car garage parking complete this home.

Start your day at the in-building coffee shop, La Stazione Coffee + Cannoli. Enjoy the vibrance of the neighborhood’s restaurants, bars and nightlife and shopping. The home is conveniently located to public transportation, the 101 and 280, and an easy walk to Chase Stadium and Crane Cove Park.

Dogpatch recently snagged the #36 spot on the best neighborhoods in the world due to its bounty of independent shops, warm sunny weather, urban wineries, popular restaurants, and thriving art scene. 


Why We Love Living at 701 Pennsylvania Avenue

  • Weather: Consistently warmer and sunnier than the rest of the City. No fog!
  • Parks: New Parks with waterfront access for kayaking and paddleboarding in the Bay (Crane Cove Park). Esprit Park. Green Benefit District maintains and develops local park amenities like the Minnesota Street Grove and 22nd street Woods Yard Park. The GBD also hosts neighborhood festivals with live music, crafts and merchants. 
  • Food: Great access to restaurants: Piccino, Guiliana’s Just for You; Soulva, Long Bridge Pizza, Palm Court at RH, Mission Rock Resort, Moshi Moshi. 
  • Bars:
    • Cocktail bars: Bar Piccino, Third Rail, Sea Star and Dogpatch Saloon.
    • Breweries: OlFactory and Standard Deviant (coming soon to Pier 70)
    • Wine Bars: Yield Wine Bar, Ungrafted, and DIG Wines.
  • Groceries: Great neighborhood markets (Mainstays and Renos) and butcher (Oliver’s French Butchery)
  • Coffee: La Stazione in the building. Hosts summer happy hours where the residents all hang after work. Other options include Ikon Coffee and Piccino Coffee. 
  • Gyms: Dogpatch Boulders and 3rd Street Boxing Gym
  • Art: Close walk to several museums including the Minnesota Street Project, ICA SF, and the Museum of Craft and Design
  • Accessibility: Abundant Transit Access: Two frequent bus lines (48 and 55) with direct access to BART stations; T-Third now with direct access to Chinatown. Caltrain with access to King Street and San Jose. Easy freeway access to I-280; I-80; and 101. SFO is a 10 minute drive away. 
    • Easy walk or bike ride to Chase Center (20-minute walk). 
      • Bike Lane access along the waterfront to Oracle Park as well as into the Mission. 

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Open Houses

Sunday, March 17th |  1:00 - 3:00 PM

Brokers Tour

Tuesday, March 19th | By Appointment


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Contact Peter Monti
(415) 701-2628
[email protected]

Peter Monti


Luxury Specialist

DRE# 01412225

415-701-2628 office


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The Neighborhood

701 Pennsylvania Avenue #105

Dogpatch and Potrero Hill


First inhabited by the families of industrial workers, Dogpatch survived the 1906 earthquake far more intact than almost any other neighborhood.

In 2002, this newly invigorated part of town was officially designated a historic district of the city of San Francisco. Each of the older homes in Central Waterfront is a particular piece of history. A great many former factories and warehouses have been transformed into live/work lofts, exciting restaurants, or tech industry havens. The proximity of this neighborhood to all types of transportation including the 3rd street Muni Light Rail Line, Cal Train, and Highways 101 and 280 make it uniquely situated for business and residential use. Nearby Mission Bay is new headquarters for the UCSF Research campus.

Food lovers who call Dogpatch home are treated to a wide array of innovative local options including Giuliana’s Just for You Cafe, Piccino, The Ramp, Yield Wine Bar and Mission Rock Resort. And you can just imagine the interesting spaces some of these eateries inhabit. A near-by Whole Foods Market helps nicely supplement ingredients for all the die-hard home cookers. Dogpatch is surrounded as well by some enormously appealing neighborhoods, including Potrero Hill’s 18th Street corridor which features even more trendy bars, cafes, and restaurants.

Local love gathering at Esprit Park for a relaxation, while their dogs romp and socialize.  The Esprit Park renovation project is scheduled to be open to the public in mid-2024. And you are always just a skip and a jump from downtown, where folks can enjoy the farmers’ market at the Ferry Plaza, and a nice waterfront stroll.

Both Dogpatch and Central Waterfront offer a plethora of residential real estate options. 1860 Victorian cottages live side by side with exquisite high-rises featuring penthouse views, private patios, and garages. Historic buildings offer expansive windows in live/work environments, full of exposed brick, period details, and loads of character.

Potrero Hill

One of the best kept secrets for many years, Potrero Hill was once the blue-collar home of shipping docks, storehouses, and the simple shops and bakeries frequented by the families who called it home. The big turnaround came on the heels of the dot-com revolution when many of the warehouses and factories in the area were transitioned into the live-work lofts and offices we know today. Development along Third Street has solidified this area's reputation as an exciting destination, with an unparalleled ease of commute to downtown SF.
Among Potrero Hill's many assets, its sunny weather, fantastic views, and ready access to all highways rank high on the list. A hardy neighborhood, there are a great many early Victorians along its charming streets which remarkably withstood the earthquake of 1906.
Eateries, bars and shops along 18th street are plentiful in options. The classic watering hole Blooms, named for the heroine of Ulysses, offers pool tables, awe-inspiring views, and fantastic people watching. Chez Maman offers French Provencal bistro cuisine. Don't miss Farley's, where an easy-going coffee drinking crowd enjoy daily brews strong enough to cut through any misty morning.
Students and young folks help liven things up just enough thanks to the nearby California College of Art campus, the California Culinary Academy, and local bar The Bottom of the Hill, which hosts an amazing array of music acts not to be missed. You will find plenty of shopping and grocery options close to 16th and Potrero. If you have never visited Potrero Hill, get ready to be romanced by this charming hillside respite.