Supes To Vote On Pier 70

The Board of Supervisor’s web site is a little funky, but it looks like the prior meeting was maybe cancelled, and the new vote to approve Orton rehabilitating most of Pier 70 should happen on Tuesday.

Going from the BOS 2012 Public Notices into the Tuesday, December 04, 2012 2:00 PM Board of Supervisors Agenda — inside that document is a link to a pdf packet about the whole Pier 70 deal, which, for a document about the waterfront, is pretty dry. Bring a canteen for your desert journey:
Orton Term Sheet and general Pier 70 Packet

Missing the primer on Pier 70? Maybe start with this sweet map page and list of buildings:
Sweet Map Page and List of Buildings
Sweet Map Page and List of Buildings

SLIDESHOW: Waterfront rehab planned for Pier 70 in Dogpatch neighborhood

The Examiner says:

The future of San Francisco’s dilapidated Pier 70 is coming into focus in advance of today’s Board of Supervisors committee vote on the financial terms of a planned $58.5 million rehab of historic buildings along the central, southern waterfront.

Under the deal, the Port of San Francisco would enter a 66-year lease with Orton Development to complete a $58.5 million rehabilitation of six office and industrial buildings on a 69-acre site in the Dogpatch neighborhood under what is known as the 20th Street Historic Building rehabilitation project.

SF Gate has an article too!
Plan to Bring Pier 70 Back to Life

Rumor has it that a VERY high end restaurant is slated to go into Building #102.


  1. Peter wrote:

    102 is an amazing building. Houses the gear works for the cranes. I hope they leave a lot of the huge gears intact.

    Monday, December 3, 2012 at 6:27 pm | Permalink
  2. Jesse Mullan wrote:

    During Orton’s presentation to the DNA, they said that they’d like to keep two of the four, and that the other two would be maintained somewhere in the area.

    Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 12:36 am | Permalink

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