Last week Andrew Dudley of Haighteration sent over this link:
Third & Twentieth | Dogpatch District
Retail Space for Lease
Rate: $4 psf
+ 2289 Third Street
+ Easy access to public transportation
+ Successful neighbors
Located on the eastern side of San Francisco, this once working class neighborhood has quickly
made a name for itself. Adjacent to the waterfront, the Dogpatch District continues to see a steady increase in residential growth and commercial development. The Third Street Corridor is this District’s main attraction, making Third & Twentieth the center of it all, and sits directly across from the much traveled T Line.
I was… too emotional… to post anything, especially without checking with Christopher first. Then, as these things go, checking with Christopher led to the usual discoordination of my typing fingers, so this post languished for a bit. Anyway, the Goat’s liquor license stays with the Goat, no matter which brick building in Dogpatch the Goat might move to, Christopher was pretty confident that he will continue to liquidate the neighborhood.