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The Central Waterfront/Dogpatch was a gritty industrial working-class neighborhood and one of the few to survive the 1906 earthquake and fire unscathed. Dogpatch is roughly half industrial and half residential.Recently, this neighborhood has been in a state of transition as warehouses have been converted into restaurants, bars, condos, and live/work studios.

Dogpatch was originally part of Potrero Nuevo and its history is closely tied to Potrero Hill. Dogpatch has its own neighborhood association but shares a merchant association, Democratic caucuses, and general neighborhood matters with Potrero Hill.

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