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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 »

Defeated “Wall On The Waterfront” Development Revived

Defeated “Wall On The Waterfront” Development Revived

Blocked at the ballot box last year, Pacific Waterfront Partners is quietly preparing to present a revised proposal for building a mix of condos and retail at 8 Washington Street, the parcel upon which the Golden Gateway Tennis and Swim Club and adjacent Port-owned parking lot currently reside. According to the... Read More »

A Base For Google’s Exiled Barge?  Pier 29 Plan Shaping Up

A Base For Google’s Exiled Barge? Pier 29 Plan Shaping Up

A ten minute walk from Pier 39 which is the most-visited attraction in San Francisco with an estimated 8.5 million visitors annually, and directly adjacent to San Francisco’s new Cruise Ship Terminal at Pier 27 which will serve 300,000 passengers and host up to 100 events per year, the... Read More »

Parties And Parking At Pier 27 Or A Loss Of Over $2M Per Year

Parties And Parking At Pier 27 Or A Loss Of Over $2M Per Year

The construction of San Francisco’s James R. Herman Cruise Ship Terminal at Pier 27 is scheduled to be finished in August and the Crown Princess is slated to be the first ship to berth at the new terminal on September 18. On the agenda for Port of San Francisco this... Read More »

Ballot Measure To INCREASE Height Limits For Pier 70 Project

Ballot Measure To INCREASE Height Limits For Pier 70 Project

In a preemptive move designed to counter the likely passage of Proposition B (the Waterfront Height Limit Right to Vote Act), a ballot measure to increase the existing building height limits on the Port property at Pier 70 from 40 feet to 90 feet has been filed with San Francisco’s Department... Read More »

Preemptive Challenge Of Waterfront Height Limit Measure Falls Short

A preemptive legal challenge of Proposition B which had sought to keep the Waterfront Height Limit Right to Vote Act off the June ballot has fallen short. While rejecting the effort to remove the measure from the ballot, San Francisco Superior Court Judge Marla Miller did not rule on... Read More »