As we noted in our earlier report about the latest designs and details for the 9-acre Crane Cove Park to be built along San Francisco’s waterfront in Dogpatch, the plans include a new patio area just south of The Ramp, a patio which will be open to the public but is also expected to serve as an extension of the restaurant’s operations.

As the site currently appears:

View From The Ramp Today

And as the site is envisioned:

View From The Ramp as Envisioned

Another perspective from the patio site, as it currently appears and as envisioned:

Crane Cove Park Site Today

Crane Cove Park Site as Envisioned

And looking east from Illinois, as the northern part of the Crane Cove Park site appears and as envisioned:

Crane Cove Park Site Today

Crane Cove Park Site as Envisioned

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by peanut gallery

    Disneyland for the Rich
    Will there be a slow moving people mover too?
    Oh wait, you already have that (MUNI).

    • Posted by Sierrajeff

      “Disneyland for the Rich”? Most bizarre comment of the week. Are you sayingn poor people can’t enjoy the bayfront? Or is there a turnstile that I’m missing, just outside the picture frame, charging $100/day access, just like at Disneyland?

    • Posted by Bob

      That’s what this city is becoming. Strap in

    • Posted by Rick Alber

      Yes, all those rich people from Pac Heights will be flooding in to enjoy the bayside attractions in Dogpatch.

      • Posted by Serge

        I laughed 🙂

      • Posted by Bob

        People in the Dogpatch are already rich, maybe you’ve been out of the loop on prices there.

  2. Posted by Serge

    I hope the plans leave some railroad tracks in (much like they did at Pier 1) by inlaying them in concrete. It adds a lot of historic character and does not take much to do.

  3. Posted by BobN

    Is that a houseboat struggling to get out of or into the water?

  4. Posted by unlivable city

    For this kind of money we could have long ago done the mythic bikeway using the old railway pass throughs and a few very modest street adjustments to create a true bike network. But instead we get this gravel + flair fraud and a zillion bike lanes to nowhere that just tick everyone off. Who is in charge of this stuff? Planning and SFMTA need to be completely gutted.

  5. Posted by Joseph A

    Is more Pork to keep a Supervisor in Line ,

  6. Posted by Mike

    I like it the way it is with the barrels of flowers and houses melting into the sea.

  7. Posted by mdg399

    anyone touches or fru fru’s up THE RAMP and they’ll have to answer to ME!! Leave it alone, character is good. all new and shiny not always good….

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