CPF: San Francisco Port Planning Walking Tour
May 3, 2013
Join local planners, architects, developers, students, and other planning professionals on a spectacular walking tour of the Port of San Francisco along the Embarcadero.
We will start by visiting the Pier 70 Mixed Use Development, which features the new Crane Cove Park and the Historic Core area. Next we jump on the T-line and head to Mission Bay and Pier 48 where will visit the Mission Rock Project, sponsored by the legendary San Francisco Giants. Mission Rock is an innovative mixed-use project that will bring commercial, residential and retail uses to an underused site. An expansion of Anchor Steam Brewery will also be housed on the site.
We will take the T-line to the historic Ferry Building, which in 2010, was honored with an APA Great Places in America Award for Great Urban Space. We will stop there for lunch (cost of lunch not included). From there we will hop on the F-Line to visit the new Exploratorium, and enjoy the presentation “Parking to Development.”
We will conclude the day at the Cruise Terminal Port with a presentation “Post of San Francisco’s Development Future — America’s Cup, the Warriors, and SWL 337.”
Enjoy panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay, Treasure Island, and the new Oakland Bay Bridge while getting an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of a number of the Port’s existing and planned new Embarcadero facilities.
Register now at californiaplanningfoundation.org to secure your spot on one of these great tours.
For questions, please contact Darcy Kremin at (925) 207-1089 or email@example.com.
CM Credits pending | $100 APA Members | $135 Non-Members | $35 Students