October 5, 2010
San Francisco's Great Blue Greenway Vision And Interconnected Plans
As developers have until November 18 to decide whether or not to throw their hats into the ring with respect to San Francisco’s Pier 70, the Port reminds us of their vision for a series of interconnected waterfront parks lining the bay known as the Blue Greenway Project.
The Blue Greenway vision for Pier 70 includes picnic areas, a plaza or amphitheater, a multi-use green with viewing platforms, and perhaps a fishing pier and playground while the vision for Warm Water Cover at the end of 25th Street to the south (and to which Pier 70’s greenway could connect) includes includes acres of new vegetation, furnished picnic grounds, and even a potential off road bicycling (BMX) track or skate park.
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∙ Now Calling All Developers For San Francisco’s Pier 70 [SocketSite]
∙ Blue Greenway Planning and Design Guidelines [sf-port.org]
First Published: October 5, 2010 8:30 AM
Comments from "Plugged In" Readers
a skate park? that sounds pretty cool. i wonder if that area is going to turn out to be sketchy, it's a little rough around 25th street.
Posted by: oscar at October 5, 2010 11:33 AM
There is already a world class 2 years new skate park right at Potero del Sol park. Putting another one in on the same latitude 10 blocks away makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
Posted by: [anon.ed] at October 5, 2010 11:55 AM