In a neighborhood that once built ships … 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.
Abaca's studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom Dogpatch apartments - some with private balconies and lofts - are now the inspired home for the next wave of Bay Area makers and innovators.
A just-right mix of amenities add to the Dogpatch experience: a commercial kitchen-meets-bar-meets-resident lounge... a ditch-your-gym-membership fitness center and stretching room... a rooftop deck overlooking the bay... and more conveniences for working, playing and chilling.
Out the front doors, catch the Muni to the Peninsula or a bus to UCSF. Feel the salt breeze, grab an artisan coffee, shop the Museum of Craft and Design. Event AT&T Park and the new Warrior's stadium are right nearby.
Where the Tubbs Cordage Company once wove abaca fibers into ropes that helped build the Golden Gate Bridge, Abaca now weaves that legacy into the fabric of modern San Francisco.
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.