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Details and Timing for Mission Bay Ferry and Water Taxi Service

Details and Timing for Mission Bay Ferry and Water Taxi Service

If the Port’s plans are approved as proposed, and the water is broken and dredging commences in mid-2019 as currently envisioned, San Francisco’s future Mission Bay Ferry Landing near the intersection of Terry A. Francois Boulevard and 16th Street, cater-corner to Chase Center and adjacent to the future Bayfront... Read More »

The Latest Accounting for Mission Bay

The Latest Accounting for Mission Bay

When San Francisco’s 300-acre Mission Bay neighborhood is fully developed, it will include 6,400 units of housing. That’s 1,100 more than today, with 500 of those units under construction and planning for the remaining 600, all of which are slated to be offered at below market rates, underway. In... Read More »

Initiative to Establish a Good Neighbor Commission in San Francisco

Initiative to Establish a Good Neighbor Commission in San Francisco

The paperwork for a proposed ballot measure to establish a “Good Neighbor Commission” has been submitted to San Francisco’s Department of Elections. As envisioned, San Francisco’s existing seven-member Entertainment Commission would be renamed the “San Francisco Entertainment and Good Neighbor Commission;” an additional four commissioners would be added; and... Read More »

The Draft Plan to Radically Change Parking in This Neighborhood

The Draft Plan to Radically Change Parking in This Neighborhood

With UCSF encroaching, the Warriors Arena having broken ground nearby and a neighborhood building boom underway, plans to radically change the allocation and regulation of Dogpatch’s 2,700 on-street parking spaces have been drafted. While the concept plan hasn’t been published or officially released, and a formal recommendation has yet... Read More »

Future Bayfront Park Newly Rendered, Detailed and Timed

Future Bayfront Park Newly Rendered, Detailed and Timed

San Francisco’s future 5.5-acre Bayfront Park, which will be bounded by a realigned Terry A. Francois Boulevard and the San Francisco Bay, between 16th Street and Nelson Rising Lane, across from the Warriors’ future Chase Center arena in Mission Bay, has been newly rendered and detailed. As conceptualized by... Read More »

Supreme Court Denies Challenge of Warriors Arena Development

Supreme Court Denies Challenge of Warriors Arena Development

With the Golden State Warriors slated to ceremonially break ground for the development of their new Mission Bay Arena and office complex at noon today, California’s Supreme Court has just denied an appeal filed by the Mission Bay Alliance aimed at derailing the development and seeking a stay of... Read More »

UCSF Getting Ready to Break New Ground in Mission Bay

UCSF Getting Ready to Break New Ground in Mission Bay

Having purchased Mission Bay Blocks 33 and 34, which are across the street from UCSF’s Mission Bay Medical Center and adjacent to the Warriors Arena site, from Salesforce.com last year, UCSF is getting ready to break ground on its first phase of the 3.8-acre site’s development. As proposed, a... Read More »

Warriors Win Legal Battle Over Mission Bay Arena

Warriors Win Legal Battle Over Mission Bay Arena

The Golden State Warriors have prevailed in their legal battle with the Mission Bay Alliance over the adequacy of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Warriors’ proposed 18,000-seat arena and event center to rise in San Francisco’s Mission Bay. While a Superior Court judge had affirmed the adequacy... Read More »

Uber about to Start Building New San Francisco HQ

Uber about to Start Building New San Francisco HQ

The pile drivers have arrived and are being assembled and the paperwork for the permits to start driving the piles to support Uber’s future worldwide headquarters building, which will rise up to eleven stories along Third Street in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, adjacent to the embattled Warriors Arena... Read More »

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 »