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Opponents Of Warriors’ Mission Bay Plans Push For New Arena Site

Opponents Of Warriors’ Mission Bay Plans Push For New Arena Site

Opponents of the Golden State Warriors’ proposed Mission Bay arena are calling on the City and team to evaluate an alternative site near Pier 80. In the eyes of Mission Bay Alliance, the 21-acre site bounded by Cesar Chavez, Islais Creek Channel, and Highway 280 is “far superior” and... Read More »

Urban Infill For Small Builders And Makers

Urban Infill For Small Builders And Makers

The awkward lot at the intersection of 25th Street and the Indiana Street on-ramp to Interstate 280 currently serves as a scrap and storage yard.  But as proposed, a five-story building for builders and makers could rise upon the Central Waterfront site. As designed by Leavitt Architecture, the 1228... Read More »

Designs For A Modern Central Waterfront Plaza

Designs For A Modern Central Waterfront Plaza

As with the new PG&E substation on Folsom, the Central Waterfront substation which will rise 30-feet in height along 23rd Street at Illinois will be set back 30 feet from the sidewalk in order to accommodate a new public plaza designed by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects. In a nod to... Read More »

New Numbers and Timing for the Massive Pier 70 Project

New Numbers and Timing for the Massive Pier 70 Project

Having secured voter approval for increased building heights across the core of the 28-acre site, the preparation of the Environmental Impact Report for Forest City’s Pier 70 project and an additional 7 acres along Illinois Street, adjacent to Irish Hill, is about to get underway. And depending upon whether... Read More »

Proposal to Immediately Revitalize San Francisco’s Pier 38 Picked

Proposal to Immediately Revitalize San Francisco’s Pier 38 Picked

While it hasn’t been announced, TMG’s proposal for the redevelopment of San Francisco’s Pier 38 has beaten out the competing proposal from San Francisco Waterfront Partners according to a plugged-in tipster. TMG’s proposal emphasized the speed of redevelopment with a plan for the “immediate revitalization of the Pier 38... Read More »

Plans And Timing For Pier 70’s Historic Rehab Revealed

Plans And Timing For Pier 70’s Historic Rehab Revealed

With Forest City having secured initial Port and City endorsements for their plan to develop a mixed-use neighborhood on the Waterfront Site of San Francisco’s Pier 70 with up to 2.2 million square feet of office space; 400,000 square feet of retail, cultural, and maker uses; 1,000 housing units... Read More »

Two Proposals To Redevelop Pier 38, Including A Beer Garden

Two Proposals To Redevelop Pier 38, Including A Beer Garden

The Port of San Francisco has received two responses to their request for proposals to redevelop San Francisco’s Pier 38 bulkhead structure and a portion of the Pier 38 shed. The Pier 38 buildings were red tagged as unsafe for occupancy in 2011 when serving as office space for... Read More »

Putting Lipstick on the Red-Tagged Pig of Pier 38?

Putting Lipstick on the Red-Tagged Pig of Pier 38?

Bids to rehabilitate the Pier 38 bulkhead structure and a portion of the Pier 38 shed, the pier from which a whole host of startups and two venture capital firms were evicted last year, are now being sought with a deadline of February 22, 2013 to respond. From a... Read More »

That Pier 70’s Show: Developer Lined Up For The Historic Core

That Pier 70’s Show: Developer Lined Up For The Historic Core

With The Port having selected Forest City to lead the central Waterfront redevelopment of the 69-acre Pier 70 site last year, Orton Development has now been selected to lead the rehabilitation of the six historic buildings along 20th Street which form the “portal” to Pier. The rehabilitation of the... Read More »

Calling All Developers To SF’s Central Waterfront: Mirant Site In Play

Calling All Developers To SF’s Central Waterfront: Mirant Site In Play

Having been shuttered on January 1, 2011, a request for qualifications (RFQ) has just been issued to “at least 50 national and local developers” that might be interested in acquiring and developing the 22-acre central waterfront site upon which “Mirant’s” old Potrero power plant sits bounded by the Bay,... Read More »