With the San Francisco Giants having officially filed their paperwork for the ballot measure which would allow the team to redevelop AT&T Park’s Parking Lot A as ‘Mission Rock,’ a new 28-acre neighborhood with 1,500 apartments, 1.5 million square feet of commercial space and eight acres of parks, plazas and open space, not to mention a new Anchor Brewery on Pier 48, we now have the new block-by-block building height plan for the development.
As previously reported, the heights for the two signature towers to rise on the northwest corner of the site and adjacent to the proposed Mission Rock Square have been dropped from as high as 380 feet to 240 feet. But the height for the middle building fronting China Basin Park, the open space adjacent to The Bay, has now been raised to 190 feet.
And a new tower rising up to 240 feet in height at the corner of Third and Mission Rock, over the team’s proposed 2,300-space parking garage along the southern edge of the site, has quietly been added to the development plan as well.
UPDATE: With 16,524 signatures delivered to the Department of Elections and since verified, the ballot measure to allow the Giants to redevelop AT&T Park’s Parking Lot A as “Mission Rock” has qualified for the November election.