A recent site visit to Treasure Island by YIMBY reveals significant progress has been made for the region’s most active construction project. Cranes and rising concrete have only started to divulge the scale of the 405-acre vision, nearly three decades in the making, that will redevelop San Francisco’s storied artificial island with a mixed-use urban neighborhood populated by around eight thousand homes. The Treasure Island Community Development joint venture sponsors the project.
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Construction has started for a seven-story affordable housing project at 78 Johnson Street as part of San Francisco’s Treasure Island megadevelopment. Star View Court will create 138 new homes at parcel C3.1, close to the nearly-complete Maceo May Apartments, offering replacement housing for existing Treasure Island residents. The project is a collaborative effort by Mercy Housing and Catholic Charities.
The Bristol is now open on Yerba Buena Island. The condominium building is perched on a forested hillside in the center of the bay. It is the first of many projects that will transform Yerba Buena and Treasure island into a new dense neighborhood of San Francisco. The opening is announced by developer Wilson Meany and investment firm Stockbridge Capital Group.
Webcor has announced the groundbreaking for Parcel C2.4, a 22-story residential tower on San Francisco’s artificial Treasure Island. The project will build 250 new rental units with some townhouse-style residences along the sidewalk at Parcel C2.4. The new tower will be a portion of the 8,000-unit master plan by the Treasure Island Community Development joint venture.
Grading permits have been filed for Building C3.4 in the redevelopment of Treasure Island in San Francisco. Building C3.4 will create 160 units, a portion of the 8,000-unit masterplan that aims to reshape the artificial island in the center of the bay into a thriving neighborhood with housing, offices, and shops. Lennar Corporation, a Treasure Island Community Development (TICD) venture partner, is responsible for the application.