03. Accomplishments


Economic + Neighborhood Development Accomplishments

Port of San Francisco

  • Celebrated completion of Crane Cove Park, a major transformation of previously inaccessible industrial shoreline in the Pier 70 neighborhood into a 7-acre public open space.
  • Completed substructure repairs to Alcatraz Ferry Embarkation at Pier 31 1/2 to prepare the site for future activation by tenants.
  • Completed 23 acres of improvements to Pier 94 Backlands including creating 16 acres of leasable land.
  • Completed installation of a 2,600 square foot ground transportation shelter at the Pier 27 Cruise Terminal. This provides a weather-protected space for passengers connecting to public transit.
  • Completed the first round of Facility Inspection Repair Program Assessments which provided Port staff with accurate data and assessments of costs to bring 10 Port facilities up to a state of good repair.
  • RFP completed for the redevelopment of Historic Piers 30-32, Piers 38 and 40.
  • Improved lighting, water, and sewer systems at Pier 23, including new backflow preventer, energy efficient LED light fixtures, and sanitary sewer riser allowing for future above deck sewer connections.

Planning Department

  • Adopted and certified the Market and Octavia Area Plan Amendment (Hub), which will provide space for up to 8,500 housing units, as well as $832M in public benefits over the life of the plan.
  • Completed ConnectSF which developed a fifty-year vision for San Francisco and its transportation system.  In 2021 the City will adopt new transit and streets plans to be followed by a new Transportation Element of the General Plan in 2022.
  • Adopted the Balboa Reservoir Site Development Agreement which will include 1,100 housing units, 4 acres of open space, 100 seat childcare facility, a community room, other infrastructure, streetscape, and bike improvements.
  • Adopted the Potrero Power Station Mixed-Use Project which will include 2,600 housing units, 6.9 acres of new open space, 1.8 million square feet of commercial space, 50,000 square feet of community facility space, and a new childcare facility.
  • Adopted the India Basin Mixed-Use Project which will include 1,250 housing units, 5.6 acres of open space and 270,000 square feet of retail space.
  • Adoption of the Phase I Racial & Social Equity Action Plan by the Planning Commission in November of 2019.

Neighborhood Development

  • Mission Bay: Over 4.48 million square feet of commercial, office, clinical, and lab space have been completed, along with the Chase Center; in addition, 68% of the UCSF campus and more than 22 acres of parks.
  • Transbay: 2.2 million square feet of commercial space has also been completed. The Folsom Street Improvement Project completes construction in FY20-21.
  • Hunters Point Shipyard/Candlestick Point: Approximately 35% of the housing units in Hunters Point Shipyard Phase 1 have been completed, with over 500 total units constructed. Nearly all the horizontal infrastructure at the Hilltop area of Shipyard, Phase 1 project is also completed.
  • Completed all three of OCII’s Planned Enhancement Projects over the past two fiscal years including completion of 1,823 housing units. At the end of FY2020, 468 units were under construction in Mission Bay South and Transbay.

Treasure Island Development Authority

  • Construction of new roadway and utility infrastructure has commenced on Yerba Buena Island including access improvements to and from the I-80 Bay Bridge. The first residential development on Yerba Buena Island broke ground in Q2 2019 and should be occupied in early 2022. New water storage reservoirs are under construction and will be commissioned before the end of 2021.
  • The Yerba Buena Island to Treasure Island causeway has been reconstructed and reconstruction of the eastern half
  • is underway.
  • Geotechnical improvement of the first subphase area of Treasure Island is substantially complete as is the improvement of the site of the new wastewater treatment plant and electrical switchyard.  New utility infrastructure is underway on the island as well.
  • Secured grants of $30 million for roadway improvements on Yerba Buena Island in the past two years.
  • Received five land transfers from the Navy, comprising 336 of the 463 acres to be transferred on Yerba Buena Island and Treasure Island.

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