950 Tennessee St
Residing in the iconic Dogpatch, 950 Tennessee is a condominium that boasts numerous amenities and an elegant residential experience. Some amenities included at 950 Tennessee are a rooftop terrace with fire pits and lounge seating, a designer lobby, private courtyards, outdoor dining, bike storage, underground parking, and a dog wash. The residence is pet friendly for cats and dogs with a limitation on the number of pets allowed. In the interiors, one can find wide-plank desert oak hardwood floors, operable double pane windows, and, in select residences, walk-in closets and floor-to-ceiling windows with immaculate views. The kitchens are embellished with Domus & Domus wooden cabinetry with integrated lighting. They also have Caesarstone countertops, ceramic backsplashes, and stainless steel appliances that help to elevate the elegant, gourmet kitchen experience. The bathrooms of 950 Tennessee are equally opulent, with designer wooden cabinetry, stone countertops, and ceramic floor and wall tile. Furnished with polished chrome and matte black fixtures, the bathrooms are classy and chic.
Details & Fees
- Built in 2019
- Developers: Leap Development / Handel Architects
- 100 Units / 4 Floors
- Average HOA Fees: $545 – $699 / 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.