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Pier 70 Plans Unveiled Including 1,000 New Housing Units

Pier 70 Plans Unveiled Including 1,000 New Housing Units

Forest City has unveiled their plans for the redevelopment of the 69-acre Pier 70 site with a proposal for over two million square feet of office space, 275,000 feet for “artisans, retailers, designers, and boutique manufacturers,” and up to 1,000 new housing units. From the Business Times with respect... Read More »

The Financial Terms And Plan To Rehab Pier 70’s Historic Core

The Financial Terms And Plan To Rehab Pier 70’s Historic Core

The term sheet for the $58.5 million rehabilitation of San Francisco’s 20th Street Historic Buildings, the historic core of the Pier 70 redevelopment project, is up for review by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors this week. Under the proposed terms, Orton Development will invest up to $14 million in... Read More »

That Pier 70’s Show: Developer Lined Up For The Historic Core

That Pier 70’s Show: Developer Lined Up For The Historic Core

With The Port having selected Forest City to lead the central Waterfront redevelopment of the 69-acre Pier 70 site last year, Orton Development has now been selected to lead the rehabilitation of the six historic buildings along 20th Street which form the “portal” to Pier. The rehabilitation of the... Read More »

Let The Courting Begin For Pier 70’s Historic Core

Let The Courting Begin For Pier 70’s Historic Core

With six suitors lined up to bid on the core redevelopment of San Francisco’s Pier 70, the Port of San Francisco has just opened up the interest list for the rehabilitation of six historic buildings along 20th Street. These six form the portal to a 69-acre historic shipyard... Read More »

San Francisco’s Great Blue Greenway Vision And Interconnected Plans

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... Read More »