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The Likely Fate of San Francisco’s Prominent Piers 30-32

The Likely Fate of San Francisco’s Prominent Piers 30-32

While the Port of San Francisco is in the process of updating its Waterfront Land Use Plan and examining potential uses for the City’s prominent Piers 30-32, the 13-acre site is likely to remain a deteriorating parking lot with sweeping Bay views for at least another decade, and possibly... Read More »

Self-Driving Truck Tech Headed for San Francisco’s Waterfront

Self-Driving Truck Tech Headed for San Francisco’s Waterfront

It has been almost three years since the Port of San Francisco awarded TMG Partners the redevelopment rights for San Francisco’s Pier 38, with TMG winning over the Port with a pitch that emphasized the speed with which they planned to act and an “immediate revitalization” of the pier... Read More »

Team Behind NYC’s Chelsea Market Slated to Redevelop SF’s Pier 29

Team Behind NYC’s Chelsea Market Slated to Redevelop SF’s Pier 29

The development team behind Chelsea Market in New York City, and Ponce City Market in Atlanta, submitted the highest rated proposal for the redevelopment of San Francisco’s Pier 29 and is slated to be awarded the exclusive negotiating rights for the Pier’s 20,000-square-foot Bulkhead Building which fronts the Embarcadero.... Read More »

Port to Conference behind Closed Doors Re: Teatro ZinZanni

Port to Conference behind Closed Doors Re: Teatro ZinZanni

Facing some pushback from Planning over Teatro ZinZanni’s proposed placement of their historic Spiegeltent between the Port of San Francisco’s Seawall Lots 323 and 324, positioned atop the Vallejo Street right-of-way between Embarcadero and Davis in such a way that it would block the view corridor towards the waterfront,... Read More »

Planning Pans Teatro ZinZanni’s Waterfront Plan

Planning Pans Teatro ZinZanni’s Waterfront Plan

While San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors has granted Teatro ZinZanni and its financial partner, Kenwood Investments, the exclusive right to negotiate with the Port of San Francisco to develop Seawall Lots 323 and 324, two current parking lot parcels which front the Embarcadero between Broadway and Green, the Planning... 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 »

Pier 29 in Play

Pier 29 in Play

The Port of San Francisco’s vision for turning Pier 29 into a design and maker themed marketplace of local retailers and restaurateurs is ready to be put to the test, as the formal request for proposals for the first 20,000 square feet of space within the pier’s Bulkhead Building,... Read More »

Sinbad’s Closes Its Doors for Good and Sails into the Night

Sinbad’s Closes Its Doors for Good and Sails into the Night

It’s the end of an era and the fight is over as Sinbad’s closed its doors for good last night on Pier 2. The restaurant will be razed in order to make way for the Port of San Francisco’s Ferry Terminal Expansion project, which includes the removal of Pier... Read More »

Sinbad’s Staves Off Sheriff’s Eviction By Filing For Bankruptcy

Sinbad’s Staves Off Sheriff’s Eviction By Filing For Bankruptcy

The Sheriff’s Department is slated to change the locks on Sinbad’s Restaurant and forcibly evict its operators from the doomed building on Pier 2 at 11:30 this morning. But according to a co-owner who didn’t elaborate, “It’s not going to happen.” As plugged-in readers have known... Read More »

Say Goodbye To Sinbad’s And The Lagoon

Say Goodbye To Sinbad’s And The Lagoon

The operators of Sinbad’s Restaurant have lost their lawsuit intended to extend their four decade stay on Pier 2, a move which they’ve known about for years and a site which they were supposed to vacate in March. An appeal could extend Sinbad’s stay for a couple more months, but... Read More »