Articles Recently Tagged: I-280 Redevelopment Project

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Results of SF’s Railyard, Tracks and I-280 Redevelopment Study

Results of SF’s Railyard, Tracks and I-280 Redevelopment Study

While the full results of San Francisco’s Railyard Alternatives and I-280 Boulevard Feasibility Study, which is now known as Planning’s five-point Rail Alignment and Benefits (RAB) Study, are slated to be revealed this evening, here’s the executive summary: 1. As we expected and first reported last month, the recommended... Read More »

Could Potrero and Dogpatch Lose Their Coveted Caltrain Stop?

Could Potrero and Dogpatch Lose Their Coveted Caltrain Stop?

With the refined options for connecting Caltrain (and High Speed Rail) to San Francisco’s new Transbay Transit Center, redeveloping the 20-acre Caltrain Depot at 4th and King Streets and tearing down the northern terminus of I-280 in San Francisco expected to be ready by the end of this year, the... Read More »

New Mission Bay Park Now Open for Picnicking and Play

New Mission Bay Park Now Open for Picnicking and Play

The fences around the majority of the new Mission Bay park at Mariposa and Owens, between Interstate 280 (as it currently stands) and UCSF’s Medical Center, have finally been removed. And the two-acre Mariposa Park, which includes a great lawn, picnic area, play zone for children and gabion rubble... Read More »

Two New Mission Bay Parks Now Slated for End of Summer Openings

Two New Mission Bay Parks Now Slated for End of Summer Openings

While originally scheduled to open in May and June respectively, Mission Bay’s new one-acre Children’s Park at the intersection of Long Bridge and China Basin Streets and the 2.4-acre Mariposa Park at the corner of Mariposa and Owens, on the southern most portion of Mission Bay between Interstate 280... Read More »

The Options for Redeveloping SF’s Railyard, Tracks and I-280’s End

The Options for Redeveloping SF’s Railyard, Tracks and I-280’s End

The City of San Francisco has narrowed the potential options for connecting Caltrain and High Speed Rail to the Transbay Center and potentially across to the East Bay, redeveloping the 20-acre Caltrain Depot at 4th and King Streets, and tearing down the northern terminus of I-280 in San Francisco. The... Read More »

Future SoMa Tech HQ Approved To Rise

Future SoMa Tech HQ Approved To Rise

The proposed 300,000-square-foot office building to rise at 510 Townsend Street, with open floor plans and a private “eatery” on the top floor, has been approved by San Francisco’s Planning Department. Having been entirely pre-leased to payments company Stripe, and with the paperwork for the necessary demolition and building... Read More »

New I-280 Teardown Plan With A Caltrain Twist (And Turn)

New I-280 Teardown Plan With A Caltrain Twist (And Turn)

With the feasibility study for re-configuring the terminus of I-280 in San Francisco and redeveloping the existing 20-acre Caltrain Depot at 4th and King Streets well underway, Mayor Ed Lee is now pitching plans to re-route Caltrain up Third Street north of 22nd, with a new underground station around Pier 50,... Read More »

Plans To Develop A Potrero Hill Parcel, I-280 Be Damned (Or Not)

Plans To Develop A Potrero Hill Parcel, I-280 Be Damned (Or Not)

Purchased for $1,400,000 this past December having been listed for $1,800,000, the buyers of the 12,000 square foot Potrero Hill parcel at 98 Pennsylvania Avenue have drafted plans to construct a five-story residential building on the irregularly shaped site which currently serves as a parking lot. The draft plan... Read More »

The Vision For San Francisco’s Fourth And King Street Railyard

The Vision For San Francisco’s Fourth And King Street Railyard

At the heart of the Mayor’s proposal to tear down the end of I-280 in San Francisco is the redevelopment of the Caltrain railyard between SoMa and Mission Bay, the plan for which plugged-in people have long known was in the works. The 19.1-acre site between 4th and 7th... Read More »