PSF – San Francisco Mission Rock District – California - Project Profile
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The Port of San Francisco (PSF), in collaboration with city authorities and developers, announced the development of a master planned mixed-use facility at Seawall Lot 337 & Pier 48 of San Francisco Port in the city of San Francisco, California, the US.
The entire development is moved forward by SWL 337 Associates LLC, a developer team lead by San Francisco Giants and The Cordish Company.
The project involves the construction of mixed-use facilities across 10.92ha, site comprise around 6.47 ha, of Seawall Lot 337 and 4.45ha, of Pier 48. The Mission Rock development will include 157,935.16m2 of office space, 139,355m2 of commercial space, around 1,500 residential units across the site planed to be developed in four phases.
The development includes 3.23ha, bay-side park with open space, restaurants and cafes, a relocated Junior Giants park and places to rent bicycles and kayaks, a refurbished pier and 3,100 parking spaces for games and events. A park is planned at the center of the development designed as a town square, surrounded by offices, apartment buildings, shops and restaurants.
The development team comprises Perkins+Will as master planner, Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners as lead architects, Hargreaves Associates as landscape architect, and Atelier Ten as sustainability consultant.
The developer team includes Hathaway Dinwiddie and Nibbi Brothers as general contractors with Hathaway Dinwiddie and Nibbi Brothers for civil engineering, Engeo and Treadwell & Rollo for geotechnical engineering, Ash Creek Associates and Eler Kalinowski as environmental consultants, CMG Landscape Architecture as landscape architect,Langan as geotechnical consultant, parking consultants as Robert L. Harrison , Nelson Nygaard as traffic consultant and, Adavant Consulting, Douglas Wright Consulting, Messagesmith Strategic Communications and Imperial Parking for Transportation Planning. BKF Engineers, Inc was appointed as civil engineer for the project.
In April 2012, the San Francisco Giants and the Cordish Companies with city authorities officially announced the development project.
On November 3, 2012, the Port, City, and Mission Rock Development representatives presented their project design, studies and concepts for this exciting new neighborhood.
In February 2013, Anchor Brewing joined the city and the Giants organization in the Mission Rock Development Project as the first tenant of a 10.92ha, project planned for Pier 48.
On November 3, 2015, San Francisco Giants received permission from the voters to move forward with a development plan of the project.
In November 2016, the first pre-application review was submitted.
In December 2016, the revised plans for the project revealed.
As of February 2018, PSF awaiting for planning approval.
The Mission Rock District project involves the construction of mixed use facilities across 10.92ha site at Seawall Lot 337 & Pier 48 of San Francisco Port in the city of San Francisco, California, the US.
The US$1,600 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 157,935m2 of office space
2. Construction of 1,500 residential units
3. Construction of shops and restaurants
4. Construction of bay-side park
5. Construction of apartment buildings
6. Construction of 139,355m2 of commercial space
7. Construction of access roads
8. Construction of 3,100 parking space and related facilities