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Massive Pier 70 Project Slated for Approvals

Massive Pier 70 Project Slated for Approvals

In the works for over a decade and now expected to take another 10 to 15 years to complete, the key approvals for the redevelopment of San Francisco’s 28-acre Pier 70 site, the height limits for which were increased by voters back in 2014, could be approved by San... Read More »

Exemption for Small Builders and Makers Project Approved

Exemption for Small Builders and Makers Project Approved

The requested neighborhood plan-based environmental exemption for a proposed five-story building for small-scale builders and makers to rise on the 1228 25th Street parcel, the awkward lot at the intersection of 25th Street and the Indiana Street on-ramp to I-280 that currently serves as a scrap and storage yard,... Read More »

Redevelopment of Pier 29 Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of Pier 29 Closer to Reality

The proposed redevelopment of 22,000 square feet of the Bulkhead Building which fronts the Embarcadero at Pier 29 is closer to reality with San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors having endorsed the Conceptual Term Sheet for a 15-year lease and rehabilitation of the site, the final negotiation of which can... Read More »

Massive Pier 70 Project Reaches a Major Milestone

Massive Pier 70 Project Reaches a Major Milestone

Having secured voter approval for increased building heights across the 28-acre-core of the Pier 70 site back in 2014, the Environmental Planning for Forest City’s massive project was soon underway. And yesterday, the 2000-page Draft Environmental Impact Report for the project was released. Depending upon whether the development team... Read More »

New Timing for San Francisco’s Crane Cove Park and Shoreline

New Timing for San Francisco’s Crane Cove Park and Shoreline

While originally slated to be bid for construction back in 2015, the contract to start clearing the nearly ten-acre waterfront site for San Francisco’s future Crane Cove park will soon be awarded and site prep should commence by the end of the year. Once the site is prepped, which... Read More »

Planning for a Prime Waterfront Parking Lot Is Underway

Planning for a Prime Waterfront Parking Lot Is Underway

Across the street from the future Crane Cove Park which will cover nearly ten acres of San Francisco’s waterfront between Mariposa and 19th Streets, with a new sandy shoreline, waterfront walk, large green and plaza/promenade which will accommodate farmers markets, food trucks and other large gatherings, sits the port-owned... Read More »

Self-Driving Truck Tech Headed for San Francisco’s Waterfront

Self-Driving Truck Tech Headed for San Francisco’s Waterfront

It has been almost three years since the Port of San Francisco awarded TMG Partners the redevelopment rights for San Francisco’s Pier 38, with TMG winning over the Port with a pitch that emphasized the speed with which they planned to act and an “immediate revitalization” of the pier... Read More »

Team Behind NYC’s Chelsea Market Slated to Redevelop SF’s Pier 29

Team Behind NYC’s Chelsea Market Slated to Redevelop SF’s Pier 29

The development team behind Chelsea Market in New York City, and Ponce City Market in Atlanta, submitted the highest rated proposal for the redevelopment of San Francisco’s Pier 29 and is slated to be awarded the exclusive negotiating rights for the Pier’s 20,000-square-foot Bulkhead Building which fronts the Embarcadero.... Read More »

Pier 29 in Play

Pier 29 in Play

The Port of San Francisco’s vision for turning Pier 29 into a design and maker themed marketplace of local retailers and restaurateurs is ready to be put to the test, as the formal request for proposals for the first 20,000 square feet of space within the pier’s Bulkhead Building,... Read More »

Cleanup Plans For 20 Acres Of San Francisco’s Waterfront

Cleanup Plans For 20 Acres Of San Francisco’s Waterfront

A plan to clean up the tainted San Francisco Bay and shoreline fronting the former Potrero Power Plant and Pier 70 sites has been drafted and will be presented to the public next week. Under the proposed plan, impacted sediments will be removed from the Nearshore Zone (up to... Read More »