Knox is mid-rise 4-5 storied mixed-use 91-unit condo building designed by BDE Architecture and developed by Truman Urban. It will include a small retail space on the corner of 22nd and Mississippi, and its design features latticework-planted “green walls,” metal awnings and railings, and raised planters. Knox’s design is very down to earth and inspired by its neighborhood, Potrero Hill and Dog Patch. Similar to some other buildings in the city, Knox is being advertised as a sustainable building. The building is GreenPoint Rated with EV charging stations, 2 dedicated CarShare parking spaces, water-sensitive courtyard with native flowers and plants, butterfly habitat and green roof.
Landscaped Courtyard, Bike Storage, Outdoor Fireplaces, Bike Workstation, Butterfly Habitat, EV Charging Stations, and Outdoor Movie Wall
645 Texas St,
San Francisco, CA 94107
More up than up-and-coming the vibrant Dogpatch neighborhood has converted many dockside warehouses and factories into live-in artist studios and hip shared spaces with foodies flocking to its farm-to-table restaurant scene. Nightlife is minimal in this neighborhood, making it great for creative spirits who also value their peace and quiet.
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