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Originally known as the Kessler Building, the Potrero Square Lofts at 701 Minnesota Street began life as a liquor and wine bottling plant and import warehouse. Located in the Central Waterfront / Dogpatch neighborhood of San Francisco, the historic brick and timber building was converted into an award-winning loft building in 1993.
Potrero Square Lofts has fifty-eight 1 and 2-bedroom residential loft units and 4 live/work lofts ranging from 660 square feet to 1900 square feet. Each of the homes at 701 Minnesota Street has a large window looking out over the street and even larger windows in back that face one or more of the light-filled interior courtyards. Amenities in the Potrero Square lofts include elevator access to the upper units and deeded garage parking for all.
Dogpatch was once a gritty industrial neighborhood but has become an increasingly popular residential venue with the introduction of new lofts and loft conversions, including Potrero Square Lofts, Homes on Esprit Park, 2002 3rd Street Lofts, and the live/work Lofts at 1011 23rd Street. While the Central Waterfront/Dogpatch district is out of the big city fray, getting to downtown San Francisco is conveniently easy via public transportation, and the rest of the Bay Area can be easily accessed by nearby freeways.