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Timeline And Key Milestones For Building The Warriors Arena In SF

Timeline And Key Milestones For Building The Warriors Arena In SF

The official project schedule, key dates, and milestones for building an arena upon San Francisco’s Piers 30-32 for the Golden State Warriors in time for the 2017-18 NBA season with construction proposed to start in the summer of 2014 and finish three years later: ∙ October 2012: Homeowner Association... Read More »

Golden State Warriors Snag Snøhetta For Piers 30-32 Stadium Design

Golden State Warriors Snag Snøhetta For Piers 30-32 Stadium Design

While Facebook has tapped Frank Gehry, the Golden State Warriors have snagged Snøhetta, the architecture firm behind SFMOMA’s expansion and the waterfront Norwegian National Opera and Ballet building pictured above, to design the Warriors’ proposed stadium upon Piers 30-32 and the development of Seawall (SWL) 330 across the street.... Read More »

A Piers 30-32 Warriors Stadium Pipe Dream

A Piers 30-32 Warriors Stadium Pipe Dream

With an estimated $50 million to simply prepare Piers 30-32 for any major development (on top of the $8 million the port has already committed for the America’s Cup) and only five years before the team’s Oracle Arena lease runs out over in Oakland, we’ll put the odds of... Read More »

Amended America’s Cup Host Agreement Approved

Amended America’s Cup Host Agreement Approved

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a scaled-down development and host agreement for the 34th America’s Cup in San Francisco with warm-up races, the World Series, scheduled to begin next month in Italy and hit San Francisco on August 21. While Piers 30-32 are back to being pit... Read More »

Piers 30-32 Dropped From AC34 Development Plan, Lawsuit Filed

Piers 30-32 Dropped From AC34 Development Plan, Lawsuit Filed

Following weeks of contentious negotiations, the America’s Cup Event Authority is dropping Piers 30-32 from its development plans and giving up its claim on Seawall 330, the undeveloped lot adjacent to the Watermark. Race teams will now be berthed at Pier 80. At the same time, having unsuccessfully appealed... Read More »

Have No Fear, Red’s To Remain In Place For The America’s Cup

Have No Fear, Red’s To Remain In Place For The America’s Cup

While it might have been obscured in the race venue renderings, have no fear, Red’s Java House will remain in place when the America’s Cup sails into town. Read More »

Rendering Scoop: San Francisco’s Major America’s Cup Venues

Rendering Scoop: San Francisco’s Major America’s Cup Venues

A plugged-in tipster delivers a copy of the most recent presentation from the organizers of the 34th America’s Cup to the S.F. Bay Conservation and Development Commission Design Review Board which includes the latest renderings for the proposed build out of Piers 27-29 (above), Marina Green and Piers 30-32... Read More »

The Scope Of Development For San Francisco’s First America’s Cup

The Scope Of Development For San Francisco’s First America’s Cup

Chances are you’re already familiar with the plans for major America’s Cup related development in San Francisco at Piers 26-28, 27-29, and 30-32. But are you familiar with the plans for Marina Green which include bleachers for public viewing; up to 100,000 square feet of food, retail, and interactive... Read More »

San Francisco’s Last Minute Giveaways To Get The America’s Cup

San Francisco’s Last Minute Giveaways To Get The America’s Cup

According to the Examiner, last minute negotiations to secure the right for San Francisco to host the 2013 America’s Cup included additional revenue concessions and the potential permanent sale of San Francisco’s seawall 330 to Oracle Racing (versus a 75-year lease). Four of the last minute changes: 1. Reduces... Read More »

A Cup Plan B And Latest Economic Impact Report

A “Plan B” proposal for hosting the next America’s Cup in San Francisco would shift the public view areas a couple miles north from Piers 30-32 to Piers 27-29 and eliminate the use of Piers 48 and 50 in order to “save the city and race organizers money while... Read More »