Articles Recently Tagged: Seawall Lot (SWL) 337

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Giants’ Development Slated for Approval sans Anchor

Giants’ Development Slated for Approval sans Anchor

In the works for over a decade, the official development agreement and approvals necessary for the San Francisco Giants to move forward with their massive (yes, massive) redevelopment of A&T Park’s Parking Lot A into “Mission Rock,” the plans for which include over 1.4 million square feet of office,... Read More »

Giants’ Development Pushed Back, Anchor Dropped from Plans

Giants’ Development Pushed Back, Anchor Dropped from Plans

The San Francisco Giants have pushed back the anticipated ground breaking for the first phase of their proposed Mission Rock Development to rise on AT&T Park’s Parking Lot A to “as early as 2019” or “as late as 2027.” And the Giants’ proposed redevelopment of Pier 48, upon which... Read More »

Impact of Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Revealed

Impact of Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Revealed

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) and refined plans for the San Francisco Giants’ proposed 28-acre Mission Rock project, which is slated to rise up to 240 feet in height on the Port of San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 (a.k.a. Giants Parking Lot A), have just been released along... 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 »

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 »

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 »

Five More Years For Giants Parking Lot A And Big Development Delay

Five More Years For Giants Parking Lot A And Big Development Delay

The ten year lease between the City and County of San Francisco and the China Basin Ballpark Company, a subsidiary of the San Francisco Giants, for Seawall Lot 337, also known as Parking Lot A, expired at the end of 2009 and has been month-to-month since. Slated for development,... Read More »

San Francisco SWL 337 Proposal: Downsized And Drawn Out

San Francisco SWL 337 Proposal: Downsized And Drawn Out

The proposed retail space for San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337/Pier 48 (a.k.a. “Mission Rock”) has been cut by more than half and the developers are pushing to “complete the project in phases over a 17-year period that would start in 2013.” As it stands, the project would produce approximately... Read More »

The Development Of Seawall Lot 337: Rankings After Round One

The Development Of Seawall Lot 337: Rankings After Round One

The Port’s advisory panel’s round one ranking (from high to low) of the four proposals to develop San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337: Kenwood Investments, San Francisco Giants, Build Inc, Federal Development. The review panel praised the layout of the Kenwood project, saying it evoked a San Francisco neighborhood feel.... Read More »

San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 Design Proposals: In Summary

San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 Design Proposals: In Summary

Four teams, four overviews, and four proposals (in their entirety). One place (or rather two) to compare, contrast and summarize your thoughts (and perhaps lobby a bit as well). And for those who crave even more information (or a chance to grill interact with the development teams), we’ll remind... Read More »