In November the Port of San Francisco terminated the RFP process to which one development team (Waterfront Partners) had dutifully responded with their vision for San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 351 and initiated a new solicitation due two months later in hopes of attracting another proposal.
Yesterday, a group of hoteliers dropped their “dreams of building a luxury hotel on the northeastern waterfront, leaving city officials with a single development proposal.” See above (or below).
∙ Waning economy sinks hotel proposal [San Francisco Examiner]
∙ Seawall Lot 351: This Time The Port Does The Punking (RFP Wise) [SocketSite]
∙ SWL 351 And The Proposed 8 Washington Street Project: Port Hearing [SocketSite]
∙ The SocketSite Scoop On The 8 Washington Street Project [SocketSite]