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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 »

San Francisco’s America’s Cup Fundraising And Property Pledge

San Francisco’s America’s Cup Fundraising And Property Pledge

San Francisco’s pitch to host the 2013 America’s Cup now includes a promise “to raise at least $270 million from businesses and other sponsors” as well as “helping event participants to secure drivers licenses, trying to obtain federal legislation to allow foreign-flagged vessels for the event to stop in... Read More »

The Pitch To Sail The America’s Cup Into San Francisco’s Bay

The Pitch To Sail The America’s Cup Into San Francisco’s Bay

San Francisco’s pitch to bring the next America’s Cup to The Bay includes providing the “free land and future development rights on the property in exchange for the America’s Cup event authority paying $100 million to $150 million to shore up the piers, dredge the area around... Read More »