… San Franciscans now shop, dine and live. The newest address in the city’s old Dogpatch neighborhood combines modern urban living with the storied streets and waterfront that launched a city. At this site over a hundred years ago, the Tubbs Cordage Company wove abaca fiber into ropes used to build the Golden Gate Bridge.
Now, Abaca weaves that legacy of strength and self-sufficiency into the fabric of modern Dogpatch. Studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments with the right mix of amenities make Abaca an inspired home for the next wave of makers and doers. Come enjoy everything Abaca has to offer such as a commercial grade bar and kitchen, rooftop deck with grills and sun bathing area, and a resident lounge.
At Abaca Apartments you can get around the city with easy access to public transportation and Caltrain, stroll through our pet-friendly community, or have a day out in nearby Oakland. If you're looking for a home close to UCSF or want to experience the perks of a wonderful apartment home in a convenient location, Abaca Apartments is the place for you in San Francisco.
This is city living in the 21st century. Have a look at where San Francisco is going—from a community that remembers and celebrates where it’s been.
These new urban living spaces embrace the ethos of modern San Francisco: forward-looking, diverse, tech-friendly but natural, environmentally aware and culturally stimulating.
Hand-made, homemade, made in America—this is a neighborhood that once built ships and now builds crab bennies.
Locals embrace both traditions. A creative community where artists and artisans have turned warehouses into studios and a waterfront community in close proximity to old piers and former shipyards.
Residents living at Abaca will step out into a noticeable salt breeze, grab an artisan coffee from a barista, and hop onto Muni for a quick ride to work.