Esprit Park's Gorgeous Housing Development Ignites the Spark of the Dogpatch
It's no secret that the Dogpatch is one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in our dear city. Not long ago, the Dogpatch was a place people came to work–not necessarily a place to hang around, drink and eat. Now, it's the future home of Magnolia Pub's new brewery, Sutton Cellars' wine tasting venture, Michael Recchiuti's new cafe and a major revitalization of the Pier 70 area. That's not even considering all the delicious eateries and wine bars already packing the area. A solid catalyst for the remarkable change in the area is Esprit Park.
It's a gorgeous housing development that just unveiled its second phase of one- and two-bedroom homes on sidewalks lushly lined with trees and a breath away from all the Dogpatch action. It's an area perfect for long walks, pets, and exploring. And for those who need to commute to the South for work, it's just two blocks away from CalTrain. Shipbuilders and boilermakers used to dwell in the Dogpatch back in the day, and now a similar class of hardworking, creatively-minded individuals are starting to call it home. There's a lot to learn about Esprit Park, so take a visit to their website.