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Seawall Site And Piers Offered To Lucas, Will The Force Be With Us?

Seawall Site And Piers Offered To Lucas, Will The Force Be With Us?

As expected, Mayor Ed Lee has officially offered San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 330 to George Lucas as a site upon which to build Lucas’ Cultural Arts Museum. The Mayor has also presented the possibility of working in partnership with the City to build “educational and public open space” upon Piers... Read More »

Warriors Drop Plans For Piers 30-32 Arena, Moving To Mission Bay

Warriors Drop Plans For Piers 30-32 Arena, Moving To Mission Bay

The Golden State Warriors have dropped their plans to build an arena on San Francisco’s Piers 30-32 but will still be making the move to San Francisco, landing on the parcels pictured above. Having just purchased Salesforce.com’s remaining 12 acres in Mission Bay, the Warriors are now committed to... Read More »

Warriors’ SF Arena Design Slimmed-Down And Opened Up

Warriors’ SF Arena Design Slimmed-Down And Opened Up

With parks, plazas and paths along the bay, the open space for the proposed Warriors Arena in San Francisco has grown from half of the project area to 60 percent in Design 3.0. The slimmed-down design lowers the 18,064 seat arena’s height from 135 to 125 feet, reduces the... Read More »

Red’s Would Survive The Warriors Move, But Their Patio Would Not

Red’s Would Survive The Warriors Move, But Their Patio Would Not

As we reported earlier this week, the revised plans for the Warriors Arena upon Pier 30-32 calls for moving Red’s Java House from its existing location to the south side of the Pier. And while the building and business would survive, as the renderings and a reader report, Red’s... Read More »

The Towers To Rise Across From The Warriors Arena

The Towers To Rise Across From The Warriors Arena

With all eyes on the new designs for the proposed arena to be built upon San Francisco’s Pier 30-32, we turn our attention to the proposed towers and mid-rise to be built across the street on Seawall Lot (SWL) 330 as part of the Warriors overall development plan. While... Read More »

Pier 30-32 Revitalization Act Aims To Clear The Way For The Warriors

Pier 30-32 Revitalization Act Aims To Clear The Way For The Warriors

Pier 30-32 was granted to the City and County of San Francisco by the state in trust “for purposes of commerce, navigation, and fisheries, and subject to specified terms and conditions relating to the operation of the Port of San Francisco.” While the use of Pier 30-32 for a... Read More »

Scoping The Warriors Arena Impact And Options, Like Moving Red’s

Scoping The Warriors Arena Impact And Options, Like Moving Red’s

With the financial framework for the proposed Warriors Arena on Piers 30-32 having been approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors, San Francisco’s Planning Department is quickly moving forward with the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) necessary for the billion dollar arena and proposed mix-use project on Seawall Lot 330... Read More »

Financial Framework For Warriors Arena Development Endorsed

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee has unanimously endorsed the proposed financial framework for the rehabilitation of Piers 30-32 and development of the proposed Golden State Warriors arena upon the site. In a nod to a number of Piers 30-32 Citizens Advisory Committee Members’ concerns, Supervisor... Read More »

Piers 30-32 Citizens Advisory Committee Members Call Foul

Piers 30-32 Citizens Advisory Committee Members Call Foul

Let’s forget about whether or not the 13 percent rate return the City is proposing to pay the Golden State Warriors (GSW) on their reimbursable rehabilitation expenses for Piers 30-32 makes any sense for a moment. Instead, let’s look at how long it will take the City to repay... Read More »

All The Devilish Details For The Development Of Piers 30-32

All The Devilish Details For The Development Of Piers 30-32

As we reported last month, the draft development deal with the Golden State Warriors to build an arena upon San Francisco’s Piers 30-32 would cap the City’s exposure on the billion dollar project to a $120,000,000 reimbursement (the “Maximum Reimbursement Amount”) for pier rehabilitation and potential public improvements with... Read More »