Located in the iconic Dogpatch, 815 Tennessee holds 69 residences and boasts a rooftop terrace with views of both the City and the Bay.
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815 Tennessee

815 Tennessee

815 Tennessee Street

The 815 Tennessee utilizes open concepts and large windows to create an expansive atmosphere for its residents. The structure has a Walk Score of 93, a Transit Score of 69 (nice), and a Bike Score of 95. Some of the amenities offered by the 815 Tennessee include a landscaped courtyard, bike station, parking, a lobby attendant, and a rooftop terrace with a BBQ area and immaculate views. 815 Tennessee has a sound score of 65, which would be considered average, and is considered “busy” when it comes to traffic and sound. The Livability score of the area is 66 out of 100, and crime rates are 61% higher than the San Francisco average.

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Details & Fees

  • Built in 2018
  • Developers: DM Development
  • 69 Units / 6 Floors
  • Average HOA Fees: $769 / month

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Neighborhood

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. The neighborhood has a Walk Score of 91, a Transit Score of 68, and a Bike Score of 93. 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.