The Port, along with Telegraph Hill Dwellers and Barbary Coast Neighborhood
Association, will be co-sponsoring a public forum to review proposed State legislation relating to lifting public trust land use restrictions from 11 “Seawall Lots” under the Port’s jurisdiction and control.
The 11 lots stretch from Lot A just south of AT&T Park to the parking lot across from Pier 35 (Embarcadero and Bay). And while most of the lots are currently used for parking, proposed legislation would open up the door for development of the lots by private developers (think residential, retail, etc.).
The forum is scheduled for this evening (5/14/07) from 5:30 – 7:30 pm and will be held in the Port’s Bayside conference rooms on Pier 1 (Embarcadero at Washington). And as Frederick Allardyce (President of the Barbary Coast Neighborhood Association) notes, “This is an opportunity…to learn about how the City works in creating new neighborhoods and how the public can impact the future of San Francisco.”