2177 Third is located in Dogpatch, right on the waterfront.

2177 Third

2177 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107

In the heart of the Dogpatch and sitting at the waterfront, 2177 Third is a contemporary condominium that provides its residents a fresh living experience. Steps away from the water, with views of the bay and distant city skyline, the structure is modern in design and stylish in aesthetic. Residents of 2177 Third have access to amenities such as a resident lounge with a chef’s kitchen, fireplace, and roof deck, as well as a fitness center, landscaped courtyard, pet spa, regular and bicycle storage, and co-working office space. The kitchens at 2177 Third are grand in appearance and meticulously designed. They are complete with Miele wall ovens and refrigerators integrated into the millwork, custom Italian cabinetry, marble countertops and backsplashes, and under cabinet LED lighting. Due to their high-class design, the kitchens are the perfect place to perfect one’s chef skills. Even in the rest of the residences, the elegance and opulent design of every unit can be seen. Units in 2177 Third have private balconies, patios, decks, or roof decks that add to the lavish feel of each home. They also contain sliding doors to bedrooms, views of the bay, courtyard, and city, and high-ceilings. The open concept floor plans, along with large windows, lighten-up each expansive space.

Available Units

Unit typePrice rangeSq ft
Beds 2 | Baths 2$1,400,000 – $1,995,000981 ft – 1,420 ft
Beds 1 | Baths 1$925,000654 ft
Beds 0 | Baths 1$750,000502 ft


Rooftop Terrace
Bicycle Storage
Cat/Dog Friendly
Dog Wash
Electric Vehicle Charging
Valet Service
Business Center
Fitness Center
Housekeeping (additional charges may apply)
Car Wash (additional charges may apply)
On-site storage

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2019
  • Developers: Align Real Estate
  • 114 Units / 6 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $742 – $1,097 / month

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Dogpatch, also known as Central Waterfront, is a 141-acre bayside neighborhood that borders Potrero Hill, Mission Bay, and Islais Creek. Home to the Museum of Craft and Design, as well as numerous art galleries and indie shops, Dogpatch is a trendy area with a curious history. As far back as the 1800s, Dogpatch was a shipbuilding hub. To this day the district has maintained its industrial aesthetic through the numerous large warehouses lining its streets. Many of these warehouses have been converted into lofts, shops, and galleries. Dogpatch also borders Crane Cove Park and Warm Water Cove Park.

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