The Potrero View
recently published an article about the Port of San Francisco’s Preferred Master Plan
for Pier 70, a historic area along the city’s eastern shore that stretches from Mariposa Street to 22nd Street.
The article reports that, “The 30-year Master Plan
includes environmental remediation, historic preservation, and the creation of significant new open space.”
For those of you who may have been a Chicago resident or visited the city, you may recall the lakefront area from Grant Park to Soldier Field which is now one of the most beautiful lakefronts in the world.
The proposed Pier 70 development, when completed, would be similar to the lakefront area in Chicago.
With the Pier 70 project proximity to the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Mission Bay campus and the emerging biotechnology cluster, I expect the Dogpatch and Potrero Hill neighborhoods to remain a popular place to live. Click here
to read the entire article published in the Potrero View.