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Judge Denies Request to Block Navigation Center

Judge Denies Request to Block Navigation Center

Having been denied a restraining order to halt construction of the temporary Navigation Center which is being assembled upon the Port’s parking lot parcel known as Seawall Lot 330, adjacent to the Watermark and across from Piers 30-32 along the Embarcadero, the neighborhood group fighting to block the opening... Read More »

Crime Down, Legal Motions Up, Surrounding Navigation Center Site

Crime Down, Legal Motions Up, Surrounding Navigation Center Site

Having been denied a temporary restraining order to halt construction, the neighborhood group fighting to block the opening of a temporary Navigation Center upon the Port’s parking lot parcel known as Seawall Lot 330, adjacent to the Watermark and across from Piers 30-32, has just filed a new legal... Read More »

Embattled Navigation Center on Track for a December Opening

Embattled Navigation Center on Track for a December Opening

Having survived an appeal and dodged a requested restraining order and stay, construction on the hotly contested plans for a temporary Navigation Center to pop-up on the Port’s parking lot parcel known as Seawall Lot 330, adjacent to the Watermark and across from Piers 30-32, commenced in July and... Read More »

Lawsuit to Block Hotly Contested Navigation Center Has Been Filed

Lawsuit to Block Hotly Contested Navigation Center Has Been Filed

While San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors unanimously rejected an appeal of the approved, but hotly contested, plans for a temporary Navigation Center to be constructed on the Port’s current parking lot parcel known as Seawall Lot 330, across from Piers 30-32, at the end of last month, a group... Read More »

Port Will Solicit Proposals for Contested Waterfront Lot and Piers

Port Will Solicit Proposals for Contested Waterfront Lot and Piers

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors unanimously rejected an appeal of the approved, but hotly contested, plans for a temporary Navigation Center to be constructed on the Port’s current parking lot parcel known as Seawall Lot 330, across from Piers 30-32, last night. As such, three portable structures are now... Read More »

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 »

San Francisco To Lure Lucas With Alternate Waterfront Site

San Francisco To Lure Lucas With Alternate Waterfront Site

With the Presidio Trust having rejected plans for a Lucas Cultural Arts Museum to rise across from Crissy Field, Mayor Lee is preparing to offer Seawall Lot 330 along the Embarcadero to Lucas as an alternate site upon which to build his museum. Currently zoned for building up to 65 feet... 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 »

The Conceptual Details And Design Discussion For Seawall 330

The Conceptual Details And Design Discussion For Seawall 330

As roughly outlined in the endorsed Financial Framework for the Golden State Warriors proposed arena upon Piers 30-32, the preliminary plan for the development of Seawall (SWL) 330 across from the arena calls for two buildings rising up to 150 feet, one of which would be residential with up... 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 »