Historic brick and timber live/work loft conversion on Esprit Park
- About The Building
The Potrero Square Lofts is a warehouse conversion building located on a peaceful but sunny street across from Esprit Park in the Central Waterfront district in the vibrant and hip neighborhood of the Dogpatch. Within the original brick and timber structure are now 58 residential lofts and 4 live/work units. The original warehouse, known locally as the Kessler Building, was built in 1906 as T.A. Roberts’ liquor and wine warehouse. The original warehouse also included a bottling plant. After many years as an import/export warehouse, it became one of the first buildings to be converted into lofts in 1993. Designed by Pyatok Architects, this loft conversion development has received several awards for excellence including the Grant Award for Best Rehabilitation or Conversion in 1994 and the Gold Nugget Awards from the Pacific Coast Builders.
The lofts at Potrero Square range in size from approximately 661 to 1,900 square feet. Some homes have terraces, and all homes have deeded parking. The interior of the building is noted for 5 landscaped courtyards with serene water fountains.
The Central Waterfront neighborhood, also known as the Dogpatch, is a flourishing community with an eclectic mix of homes, light industry and an expanding arts community. There is an old-world yet vibrant and creative charm that springs from its historic working-class roots. The Dogpatch is one San Francisco’s most mature and yet up-and-coming communities. Its rich commercial history has recently been enhanced by the construction of new homes; the addition of authentic and innovative restaurants; and the creation of the UCSF Mission Bay Campus, AT&T Park, and Muni’s T-Third light rail route which runs down the Third Street corridor. Residents of the Potrero Square Lofts enjoy corner cafes, wine bars, and fine dining all in an area with San Francisco’s sunniest weather. This neighborhood will appeal to anyone looking for a strong neighborhood connection that offers a growing cultural and dining scene from the classic Serpentine on Third Street to salsa at Café Cocomo to the ambient culture of the Lingba Lounge. There is easy access to the freeways and the Third Street Muni light rail and you’re close to shops, restaurants, and entertainment. It is a great neighborhood for pets with a park across the street and the waterfront just a few blocks away.
• Award-winning warehouse conversion building
• Tranquil common courtyards with waterfalls and lush greenery
• Conveniently located near freeways and public transit
• Close to fine restaurants and entertainment
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