Wednesday, February 13th
Noonan Building, Pier 70, Building 11, San Francisco, CA 94107
Over the last year, Forest City (creators of the 5M Project) has been working on a project to rebuild a 28 acre section of the eastern waterfront of SF – due East of the Dogpatch – called Pier 70. You may be familiar with some of the great old brick buildings and the history of the area (we actually documented it with Wendy McNaughton), but most of the site is closed off, so you can’t really access the water*.
We just finished a “Master Plan” for the future of the site and are doing a tour and open house on February 13th to discuss the details.
Please join us if you interested in seeing how large areas of the city get researched, planned, and rebuilt.
We hope to see you there!
Not this master plan as referenced on the SF Port Pier 70 Master Planning page.
PIER 70 / PREFERRED MASTER PLAN / PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO / APRIL 2010
Really, though, I can’t find their master plan on the internet where it belongs — not even on the basically execrable http://www.pier70sf.com/ site that Forest City runs.
i promise it will be on the website. we are a bit behind with that at the moment, but it is on its way soon!
There are some photos online of the land use plan, but we will go much more in depth at the meeting and show a full concept plan.