1.4.2013

Residential Real Estate:

Balance tipping back to condos

San Francisco Business Times 

 

Apartments remain the darling for Bay Area housing development, but condo conversions and new 

construction are poised to make a comeback.

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3.16.2011

 

S.F. Supervisors swiftly OK Sale

of Mission Bay Bonds

 

San Francisco Chronicle

 

With the doomsday clock ticking, the San Francisco board of supervisors rushed through approval Tuesday to sell $70 million in tax increment bonds to fund...

5.17.2010

Mission Bay says Bayer

will occupy Pfizer site

San Francisco Chronicle

 

In a boost for San Francisco, Bayer Healthcare is expected to announce today that it will open a U.S. Innovation Center near the UCSF Mission Bay...

12.30.2009

City's Top 10 Make an Impression

San Francisco Chronicle 

 

Much of the emerging Mission Bay feels predictable and pat— but this park beneath freeway ramps is a surprising joy with such flourishes as the swale of Japanese bloodgrass snaking past athletic courts. 

9.4.2009

Infrastructure at Mission Bay:
A Conversation

Architecture California

 

Mission Bay, San Francisco's newest neighborhood and the largest development in the city's history was once 303 acres of former rail yards along the bay. 

8.26.2009

Mission Bay becoming

a Real Neighborhood

San Francisco Chronicle

 

It's a Wednesday morning in San Francisco's newest neighborhood. As construction workers raise steel into place on emerging high-rises, a man blasts a serve...

8.2.2009

Stimulus Push for Mission Bay

San Francisco Business Times 

 

Mission Bay is targeting $72 million in federal stimulus funds for infrastructure projects that backers say will build out a critical link between the Transbay Terminal and Hunters Point as well as help San Francisco's...

7.31.2009

Knitting the City Back Together

from Gray and Brown, with Green

The American Institute of Architects

 

Reclaiming sites of forgotten industries for a new

urban way of life. 

 

6.30.2009

Chief Dutch architect wowed by S.F.

San Francisco Chronicle

 

The Painted Ladies charmed her. The de Young wowed her. But Liesbeth van der Pol also savored a part of San Francisco that many locals ignore - Mission Bay. No camera-toting tourist, van der Pol...

4.24.2009

Doing the Waterfront Right

Planetizen

 

Philadelphia's SugerHouse waterfront development could learn a thing or two from San Francisco's Mission Bay neighborhood, according to this piece. "Mission Bay is easily one of the best new waterfront neighborhoods...

4.2009

Setting the Standard:

Mission Creek Park North

Landscape Architect

 

Mission Creek Park North is a unique public park located in the Mission Bay district of San Francisco. The park is one of the first developed...

4.2009

The 10 Best San Francisco Parks

California Home + Design

 

Mission Creek Park: Mission Bay along Mission Creek between Third and Fifth Streets This newly completed park has it all: neatly trimmed grass, lots of sunshine,

a new Philz Coffee adjacent to the new public library...