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The Giants’ New Mission Rock Tower(s) And Full Building Height Plan

The Giants’ New Mission Rock Tower(s) And Full Building Height Plan

With the San Francisco Giants having officially filed their paperwork for the ballot measure which would allow the team to redevelop AT&T Park’s Parking Lot A as ‘Mission Rock,’ a new 28-acre neighborhood with 1,500 apartments, 1.5 million square feet of commercial space and eight acres of parks, plazas and open... Read More »

Less Height, More Affordable Housing For Giants’ Project Proposed

Less Height, More Affordable Housing For Giants’ Project Proposed

The San Francisco Giants have reduced the building heights and increased the percentage of affordable housing units for the proposed 28-acre Mission Rock development to rise on the Giants’ current parking Lot A. The revised plan still includes around 1,500 apartments, but 33 percent of the rentals are now... Read More »

Giants’ Pop-Up Beer Garden And BBQ Yard Aiming For March Open

Giants’ Pop-Up Beer Garden And BBQ Yard Aiming For March Open

The plans for the San Francisco Giants proposed “pop-up” beer garden, barbeque joint and retail area to rise at the corner of Third and Terry A Francois Boulevard, on the northern edge of the Giants’ Parking Lot A, will be presented to the San Francisco Port Commission, which oversees the Port-owned... Read More »

From $1M In 2009 To $2M In 2015 For A Mission Bay Two-Bedroom

From $1M In 2009 To $2M In 2015 For A Mission Bay Two-Bedroom

Brand new and listed for $1,150,000 in 2009, the two-bedroom Mission Bay condo #702 at 330 Mission Bay Boulevard (a.k.a. Radiance) ended up selling for $925,000, or roughly $575 per square foot, that October, with unobstructed views in three directions. Since then, the neighborhood has been built up a bit,... Read More »

Prop B Impact: Two Major S.F. Developments Now At Risk

Prop B Impact: Two Major S.F. Developments Now At Risk

The passage of Proposition B, the Waterfront Height Limit Right to Vote Act, will require voters in San Francisco to approve the development of any building on property that’s currently under the control of the Port of San Francisco and which would exceed the height limits for which the property... Read More »

Measure To Limit Waterfront Building Heights Summarized

The petition for the proposed Waterfront Height Limit Right to Vote Act which would prohibit increasing the existing building height limits for any parcel along 7-1/2 miles of San Francisco’s waterfront unless explicitly approved by the City’s voters is in the process of being circulated. The sponsors of the... Read More »

Tweaks To Activate Mission Rock’s Streets And Neighborhood

Tweaks To Activate Mission Rock’s Streets And Neighborhood

As we noted yesterday when we first reported the accelerated timing for the Giants’ proposed Mission Rock development upon their Parking Lot A and adjacent Pier 48, while the development’s 2,300 space parking garage had originally been designed to abut Third Street at the southern edge of the site,... Read More »

Timing For Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Moved Up

Timing For Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Moved Up

The target timing for the Giants’ massive Mission Rock development has been moved up by a year with work on the first phase, which includes a tower up to 320 feet in height, now slated to commence in 2015. Click the map of the development with building heights and... Read More »

Mission Rock: The Four Phases, Timing, And Sea Rise Clause

Mission Rock: The Four Phases, Timing, And Sea Rise Clause

With a total projected construction budget of $1.5 billion, the Giants’ massive Mission Rock development is proposed to be built in four phases. Construction on the first phase with buildings up to 320 feet in height is currently slated to commence in 2016: Phase 1 of the Mission Rock... Read More »

The Two Towers And Building Heights For Mission Rock As Proposed

The Two Towers And Building Heights For Mission Rock As Proposed

The proposed building heights for the Giants’ massive Mission Rock development range from 90 to 380 feet with two “signature residential towers” to rise on Parcels A and F at the northern end of the site topping the range. Replacement parking for AT&T Park, events, and visitors will rise... Read More »

The Proposed Park, Plaza, And Mission Rock Square

The Proposed Park, Plaza, And Mission Rock Square

As part of the Giants’ proposed Mission Rock Development, a new park, plaza and public square at the heart of the development will be built on eight of the area’s 27-acres. Originally constructed as part of the AT&T Park project, China Basin Park will be expanded to 5-acres with... Read More »

San Francisco Giants Sign Anchor Brewing To Mission Rock Team

San Francisco Giants Sign Anchor Brewing To Mission Rock Team

The San Francisco Giants have signed Anchor Brewing to renovate San Francisco’s Pier 48 and build new brewing, shipping, drinking, eating and educational facilities on the site, a true anchor tenant for the Giants’ massive Mission Rock Development. The new Anchor facility will feature production facilities for brewing, distilling,... Read More »

Giants Moving Forward With Massive “Mission Rock” Development

Giants Moving Forward With Massive “Mission Rock” Development

As we first reported last April with respect the San Francisco Giants’ plans to develop San Francisco’s Seawall 337, also known as the Giants Parking Lot A: The four year old plans to develop San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337/Pier 48 dubbed “Mission Rock” have officially been dusted off with... Read More »

Mission Rock Plans Dusted Off With Giants Swinging For A 2015 Start

Mission Rock Plans Dusted Off With Giants Swinging For A 2015 Start

The four year old plans to develop San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337/Pier 48 dubbed “Mission Rock” have officially been dusted off with the Giants and their surviving development partner, the Cordish Cos., touting a plan to break ground for the massive project, currently the site of the San Francisco... Read More »

The Plans For The Old Firehouse At 1300 Third Street

The Plans For The Old Firehouse At 1300 Third Street

Designed by Frederick Meyer and finished in 1928, Fire Station No. 30 is a two-story steel-frame and masonry building located at 1300 Third Street, between Mission Rock and China Basin Streets with “Madrone” quickly rising behind. The subject building has a concrete foundation, brick masonry walls, cement plaster and... Read More »