Alice Griffith Aerial Site Map

Built in 1962 with a total of 256 units of public housing across the 23-acre site, the first phase of redevelopment for the Alice Griffith neighborhood is slated to commence next month, with the building of 184 units of housing on Block two (2) and four (4) along the eastern edge of the neighborhood.

In total, the redevelopment plan calls for over 1,200 units of housing – 256 of which will remain public housing, 50 percent of which will be below market rate units, and 30 percent of which will eventually be developed as market rate housing (sometime after 2016) – to rise across the site.

And with the proposed building of a bridge across the Yosemite Slough, connecting Lennar’s Hunters Point Shipyard development to Candlestick Point, Alice Griffith Block 1 at the corner of Carroll Avenue and Arelious Walker Drive is slated to become the northeast gateway to Lennar’s “Urban Outlet” and new Candlestick neighborhood.

Construction on Block 1, with 122 units of housing as rendered above, is slated to commence by the end of next year.

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by SFrentier

    Yeah but what about getting from 3rd st to candlestick? Kindofa pain now. Ain’t they beefing up some cross street like Carroll, Gilman so traffic can flow faster to/from BV to candlestick? Anyone know???

    • Posted by Orland

      It’s all of a minute drive from any of the cross streets at 3rd.

      • Posted by BetterSF

        how about transit? How long does it take to walk to T-line?

      • Posted by SFrentier

        Yeahbut they’re residentail streets. Not designed to handle lotsa traffic….know whatdimean?

  2. Posted by formerly%whatever

    Where can you get more information? Are more access points going to be opened? Right now Donner and Egbert don’t connect to the projects.

  3. Posted by AnalyzeVotes

    This could bring gentrification to Bayview. Bayview could become a nice and desirable neighborhood for middle and upper middle income people.

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