When San Francisco’s 300-acre Mission Bay neighborhood is “fully developed,” it is slated to encompass 6,500 units of housing; 4.4 million square feet of clinical, office and other commercial space; 419,000 square feet of retail; and over 40 acres of landscaped open space.
Of those 6,500 units of housing, roughly 5,800 have already been built, including nearly 1,200 units of below market rate housing, with another 271 affordable units under construction and affordable units on the boards for Blocks 9 and 9A.
Of the 4.4 million square feet of commercial space, 2.6 million square has been completed, with 1.8 million square feet currently under construction, including the 250-room SOMA Hotel now rising on Block 1, Uber’s future HQ on Blocks 26/27 (which is slated to open next year) and the Golden State Warriors’ Chase Center development on Blocks 29-32 (which is slated to be completed this August).
Another 70,000 square feet of retail will be added to the 350,000 square feet that’s already been built, largely within the Warriors development.
Of the 22 acres of additional open space that has yet to be completed, six acres will be added to Mission Creek Park over the next couple of years on blocks P2, P8 and P3; the nearly 2-acre Mariposa Bayfront Park (P23/P24) is expected to be completed by the end of this year; and the 5.4-acre Bayfront Park should be ready for play on P22 by the middle of next year (not including its future restaurant and restrooms).
And once again, none of the numbers above include the Giants’ massive Mission Rock project which is slated to rise on the Port’s Seawall Lot 337 (aka the Giants Parking Lot A), a development which sits outside the official boundaries and tallies of Mission Bay and is expected to break ground by the end of this year.