SF has plans to develop neglected Pier 70
Somehow they fail to mention the word “Dogpatch” in the entire piece.
Big ships still come to Pier 70 for repairs, but other industries that once flourished there have moved on, leaving a lifeless 69-acre stretch of waterfront. The port is hoping to change that with a $242 million revitalization plan to bring thousands of people back to Pier 70.
Don’t miss these links in their story:
Pier 70’s history in a nutshell:
The port’s summary of the whole Pier 70 plan:
Crane Cove Park info:
Bethlehem Shipyard Museum:
Waaaaait a minute – I haven’t heard anything about a shipyard museum. Oh, it’s just solar kiosks with donated materials. Ok then.
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