The Central Waterfront and Dogpatch Public Realm Plan final draft has been released, and is now available for public comment until 5pm Friday, February 23rd. To provide feedback on the final draft of the Public Realm Plan, please email CPC.CWD-PRP@sfgov.org
As the SFMTA looks forward to finalizing the Parking Management Plan for Dogpatch, we want residents and businesses to have another opportunity to review the plan and provide feedback. Attached is a Factsheet that presents the latest version of the map of the Dogpatch Parking Management Plan. This map reflects revisions made after meeting with neighborhood residents. Additional information is available on the project website: www.sfmta.com/dogpatchparking.
The plan reflects more than two years of dialogue with the Dogpatch community and reflects comments and concerns they have shared at open houses and meetings. This Plan will be discussed at the February Dogpatch Neighborhood Association Meeting on February 13th and at the Dogpatch Business Association meeting on February 20th. We encourage you to communicate your questions and comments to us before then.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
The Central Waterfront – Dogpatch Public Realm Plan is ready for its public debut!
The public draft for review will be formally unveiled at this event. City staff from San Francisco Planning, San Francisco Public Works, SFMTA, Recreation and Parks, and San Francisco Port will be on hand to take feedback on the draft. Come celebrate the completion of this two-year effort that involved residents and business operators throughout Dogpatch-Potrero.
The Central Waterfront – Dogpatch Public Realm Plan identified a number of ‘complete streets’ and open space projects throughout the neighborhood. Several projects were prioritized for conceptual design, and through a series of public workshops, dozens small stakeholder focus groups, and surveys, conceptual designs were developed and are now included in the Plan.
The Plan also includes robust cost estimates for improvements throughout the Plan area. Throughout the development process, the Public Realm Plan used those cost estimates to help secure funding for projects throughout the Plan Area. This includes $183k for lighting at the 22nd and 23rd Street Bridges, $35k for interim improvements at Tunnel Top Park, $7.7M for the Esprit Park Renovation, and $500k for the completion of the 22nd Street Stair. Come learn more about other improvements that will be coming through the Plan!
Accessibility: Dogpatch Studios is ADA accessible. For other disability accommodations or language assistance, please contact Candace SooHoo at email@example.com or 415-575-9157 at least 72 hours in advance of the event.
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Several major mixed-use development projects slated for SF's southern bayfront hit significant milestones this fall. Forest City won final approvals from the SF Board of Supervisors for Pier 70, a 28-acre redevelopment in the Dogpatch. The Giants’ 28-acre Mission Rock mixed-use development near AT&T Park was approved by the Planning Commission and heads to the Port Commission next. BUILD's India Basin, a 38-acre project further south along the bayfront, is anticipated to get approvals in the first quarter of 2018. Together these projects could create up to 4.25 million square feet of commercial office and retail, nearly 5,000 housing units, many of them affordable, and 50 acres of parks and open space. Meanwhile, environmental review has kicked off for the former Potrero Power Plant redevelopment proposed by Meg Whitman and Associate Capital. And the Warriors’ Chase Center has reached 25 percent completion.
Learn more about the southern bayfront - oewd.org/southernbayfront
After a 10-year wait, SFHAC Member Forest City Realty Trust saw their Pier 70 waterfront project approved by the Board of Supervisors. After a deal was struck with the community, a broad coalition appears to be behind the project, and SFHAC is excited to see it move forward. Read about it here. www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article...
The owners of the dormant Potrero Power Plant have proposed one of the largest mixed-use projects in San Francisco history. Associate Capital filed plans to build up to 5.3 million square feet at the former power plant at 1201 Illinois St.
The proposal includes 20 buildings with 2,682 residential units, a 220-room hotel, 597,723 square feet of office space, 645,738 square feet of lab space and 107,439 square feet of retail. The project would include 2,622 parking spaces, totaling nearly 1 million square feet.
"This is a site that has been privately held and used for industrial purposes for a century and a half. The community has been cut off from the waterfront at this location. We're excited about reconnecting the neighborhood with the waterfront edge," said P.J. Johnston, an Associate Capital spokesman.
Last week, Brooke Ray Rivera of Build Public spoke to SFHAC's Regulatory Committee about the creative public-private partnerships her organization helps implement to create beautiful, active, sustainable community-owned spaces. Read Corey Smith's recap of the Build Public model used to create spaces like the newly finished Dogpatch Arts Plaza here:
Brooke Ray Rivera, Executive Director of Build Public, believes San Francisco has the tools to build beautiful, active, and sustainable open spaces.
Let's ring in the new Dogpatch Arts Plaza with music! Local nonprofit People in Plazas has teamed with Build Public to host a free public Fall Concert Series in the plaza on Tuesdays and Saturdays at noon starting today, September 19th, through October 7th. Details here -www.dogpatchartsplaza.org/events