Among the very first parcels to be developed on Candlestick Point, Block 9A – which will be located between the future 8th and 9th Streets along a newly extended Harney Way, across from the anchoring Candlestick Center Commercial District – is intended to set the “sense of place” within the Candlestick Point development.
And as designed by LPAS Architecture + Design, 124 condominiums and a 111-car garage will rise up to 80 feet in height across the site, with a mid-block pedestrian paseo lined by 3 to 4 story townhomes.
Across the paseo, a 370-foot-tall tower would rise on the southern half of Block 9 fronting 9th Street (while to the east a 420-foot-tall tower is slated to rise along 7th Street). And 15,000 square feet of retail space would front Harney, between 8th and 9th.
If the plans are approved, construction of Block 9A is currently slated to commence in the Fall of 2018 and the units would be ready for occupancy by the end of 2019.
And while the overall redevelopment of Candlestick and Hunters Point will take
another two to three decades to complete, the redevelopment will yield over 12,000 new or rebuilt homes, around 1,500 of which should completed over the next five years.