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Housing for Homeless Vets and Low-Income Families in Mission Bay

Housing for Homeless Vets and Low-Income Families in Mission Bay

The pre-construction planning for a five-story building with 101 below-market-rate apartments for formerly homeless veterans and low-income families to rise at 1150 Third Street, on the eastern half of Mission Bay Block 3, which fronts Third Street between Mission Rock and Long Bridge, is underway. The $47 million project,... Read More »

Appeal of Transit Impact Fee for Mission Bay Development Denied

Appeal of Transit Impact Fee for Mission Bay Development Denied

Kilroy Realty’s appeal of the $6.4 million Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF) which the City has imposed on the 680,000-square-foot Exchange on Sixteenth Street project was denied by San Francisco’s Board of Appeals last night in a 3-2 vote, but a rehearing could be requested. Kilroy’s 3.1-acre development, which... Read More »

Warriors Arena Dubbed Chase Center and Now Too Big to Fail?

Warriors Arena Dubbed Chase Center and Now Too Big to Fail?

While the target opening date has been moved back to 2019 and a pair of lawsuits remain unresolved, the Golden State Warriors have sold the naming-rights for their proposed Mission Bay Arena to JPMorgan Chase which plans to dub the arena Chase Center. And while the pre-construction deal “should... Read More »

Developer Fighting Transit Impact Fee for Mission Bay

Developer Fighting Transit Impact Fee for Mission Bay

According to the attorneys for Kilroy Realty, the development team fully understands “the pressing need and political importance for transportation and infrastructure improvements” in Mission Bay, and their appeal of the $6.4 million Transit Impact Development Fee (TIDF) which the City has imposed on Kilroy’s 680,000-square-foot ‘Exchange on Sixteenth’... Read More »

Warriors Won’t Play in San Francisco Come 2018

Warriors Won’t Play in San Francisco Come 2018

In a move that shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, the Golden State Warriors have officially pushed back the target date for opening their proposed Mission Bay Arena and office development by at least a year, conceding that the 2018-2019 NBA season will have to be played in... Read More »

Second Lawsuit to Block or Delay Warriors Arena Now in Play

Second Lawsuit to Block or Delay Warriors Arena Now in Play

A second lawsuit designed to block, or at least delay, the Golden State Warriors’ proposed San Francisco arena and office complex to rise in Mission Bay has been filed by the Mission Bay Alliance in Sacramento Superior Court. As expected, the new suit is a California Environmental Quality Act... Read More »

The Future of San Francisco’s Waterfront

The Future of San Francisco’s Waterfront

Over the next year, the Port of San Francisco will be overhauling the City’s Waterfront Plan for over seven miles of shoreline, stretching from Aquatic Park to India Basin. That includes 39 Piers (only 11 of which have been rehabilitated) and over 100 acres of waterfront open space, either... Read More »

The Alliance Strikes Back: Lawsuit Filed to Upend the Warriors Arena

The Alliance Strikes Back: Lawsuit Filed to Upend the Warriors Arena

The Mission Bay Alliance and the mother of a six-year-old with a congenital heart condition have just filed suit in Alameda Superior Court, “arguing that the University of California at San Francisco (“UCSF”) illegally signed an agreement with the Golden State Warriors that would give away state property to... Read More »

Warriors Arena Traffic, Transit and Parking Plan

Warriors Arena Traffic, Transit and Parking Plan

The detailed plan for managing the projected traffic and transportation associated with the Golden State Warriors proposed Mission Bay arena, office and retail development has just been released. The Transportation Management Plan‘s nine (9) stated objectives (and performance standards below): To facilitate and promote safe use of non-automobile transportation... Read More »

Warriors Arena Taller Than Mission Bay Plan Allowed

Warriors Arena Taller Than Mission Bay Plan Allowed

According to San Francisco’s master plan for the redevelopment of South Mission Bay, which was adopted back in 1998, buildings on Mission Bay Blocks 30 and 32, two of the four blocks upon which the Golden State Warriors are proposing to build their Mission Bay Arena, were not to... Read More »