• Dogpatch Hub




  • Hub Happenings

    + WHERE will the Hub be located? The FoDH Board is exploring new sites for the Hub and will share our findings as soon as we settle on the right location.


    + WHAT Happened to the Kneass Building? The SF Port has thrown out the results of the Request for Proposals (RFP) and will reissue a separate RFP for the Kneass Building possibly next year.


    + HOW CAN I HELP? Join our mailing list below to keep informed and participate in community surveys, design and programming charettes as we bring the Hub to fruition.


    Dogpatch neighbors need a communal space with no barriers to entry. A place without any particular creed, that embraces all our cultures. Some space to meet, to talk, to sing, to be quiet, to debate, to laugh, to perform, to get to know one another, to listen.

    We call this place the Dogpatch Hub

  • the Hub Concept

    The Hub is a "third place"--it will be built with the intention to foster community engagement, civic encounters and the connection and intersection of population sectors traditionally unlikely to interact. The Hub will offer opportunities for healthy debate as well as educational and informative programming and services for all segments of our population.
  • About

    FAQ and More

    What is the Hub?

    Essentially it's a new community living room...

    The Dogpatch Hub will be the first ever community-serving, publicly accessible neighborhood facility in Dogpatch. The Central Waterfront lacks community serving spaces, and the most rapid population growth since WWII only makes this need more acute.

    Where will the Hub be built?

    In Dogpatch!

    We are once again seeking a site, and will then adapt the space for community use.

    Who is working on the Hub project?

    Dogpatch & Potrero community leaders and resident volunteers

    Friends of Dogpatch Hub, a nonprofit public charity, formed in 2016 in response to the growing challenges affecting the Dogpatch community in the face of the extraordinary development boom. Our goal is to bring necessary and lacking public amenities to our neighborhood by working with the City, local developers and our community.

    What's happening to the Old Potrero Police Station?

    The SFPD kept but did not receive funds to restore the station. There may be a new life for these buildings.

    Our advocacy and relationship with SFPD has protected the buildings but there may be other uses afoot. We will monitor this opportunity.

    When will the Hub be built?

    We hope to open by 2023...

    We have raised $9.6+MM dollars and are working to secure the a site and complete our fundraising. Many hands make light work. Join our effort and make a donation today.

    What can I do to help?

    Community support comes in many shapes, sizes and colors!

    All forms of help are welcome! From writing letters of support to attending workshops to donating time and resources. To Donate, click here, to volunteer please email us, for workshops and letters of support requests, join our mailing list below.

  • Connect

    We can't wait to hear from you! Be a part of the Dogpatch Hub project in a small way, or a BIG one.


    All are Welcome

    The FoDH Board of Directors is made up of Dogpatch and Potrero community leaders and residents all donating their time and expertise to bring the Hub to fruition. We welcome your ideas and your input.

    To volunteer just send us an email!

    Learn More

    Hub Goals:

    By building the Hub we can:

    + Offer critical neighborhood services and much-needed programming to a community that has been historically under-served despite the benefits promised in the 2008 Eastern Neighborhood rezoning.


    + Bring together an increasingly diverse community that is on track to quintuple its population by 2025, to weave together a new community fabric.


    + Stabilize our neighborhood by supporting working families with local, quality youth programming, and in so doing help to keep them in San Francisco–a city with the lowest rate of children per capita in the U.S.

    Give the Gift of Community

    It will take everyone's support to build a thriving neighborhood hub. Every dollar counts and demonstrates our community’s collective commitment towards this project. Donations are securely processed by Paypal.

  • Join our Mailing List TODAY

    Building soon. We'll keep you up to date on progress.

    904 22nd St, San Francisco, CA 94107
    mailing address: 904 22nd St SF CA 94107