New plans have been presented to the SF Port to redevelop Piers 30 and 32 along the Embarcadero. The updated proposal reduces the space with a new focus on retail and recreation, including a market hall, kayak launch, and a more prominent floating pool barge. Strada Investment Group and Trammell Crow are responsible for the development.
The Klamath Ferry Boat has been secured to Pier 9, opening the latest addition to San Francisco’s Northern Waterfront neighborhood along the Embarcadero. The nearly one-hundred-year-old decommissioned passenger ship is now open as a public gathering space and the new headquarters for the Bay Area Council.
Permits have been filed seeking the approval of the restoration of Pier 9 in Embarcadero, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the restoration of the port at Pier 9 to return the Klamath, a 1924 historic ferryboat, to the San Francisco waterfront. The Bay Area Council is the project developer.
Mayor London N. Breed and the City of San Francisco recently celebrated the grand opening of two new affordable housing developments located at 88 Broadway in Embarcadero, San Francisco. The two housing developments are named Broadway Cove and 735 Davis. Broadway Cove consists of 125 permanently affordable apartments for families, while 735 Davis consists of 53 units for seniors. BRIDGE Housing and The John Stewart Company are the project developers. Leddy Maytum Stacy is responsible for the design concepts, and Cahill Contractors is also on the project team.
The San Francisco Port Commission has paved the path for Strada Investment Group and Trammell Crow to develop Piers 30-32 in SoMa, San Francisco. The Port commission granted of right for exclusive negotiating to the joint development team and gave a four-month window for them to drop the project without a fee. The development is expected to raise $1.18 billion in private investment for construction, which excludes the cost of funding for the 150-unit affordable residential building.