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San Francisco, California



The Mission Bay Project, a public/private partnership with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, involves the transformation of a 303 acre former rail yard into a vibrant, high-density, transit-oriented community. This brownfield infill site adjacent to the SF Giants baseball stadium is fully entitled for, and under construction with:


• over 6,400 homes, including at least 4,500 market-rate and 1,900+ affordable homes.

• 3.4 million sf of commercial office and biotech lab space

• 3.15 million sf UCSF Research Campus

• 550 bed UCSF Medical Center on 14.5 acres

• 285,000 sf of retail

• 250 room hotel

• A new school, police and fire station and library

• 49+ acres of public parks and open space, providing vastly improved access to the



$700 million of investment in new public infrastructure and parks is being leveraged to generate $9+ billion in new investment from private developers, users, and institutions. This community will be home to an estimated 11,000 new residents, promoting smart growth by placing housing and jobs directly adjacent to transit. With an estimated 30,000 jobs at full build-out in critical fields like biotech, healthcare, technology and education, Mission Bay creates a hub for innovation and economic growth for the city, region and state.


Mission Bay is developing rapidly. Want to know current status of a particular parcel? Download a current development map (PDF) of the Mission Bay project area, here.





Mission Bay


$9+ billion (built-out value)



303 acres


Performance Schedule

• Entitled: 1998

• Estimated Completion:

   Full Build-out: 2020


Type of Operation

Master planning and development implementation, site sales, leasing, and financing administration


Marketing + Sales Performance

90%+ of all sites sold to third party developers and users



2010 - HCD Catalyst Project for California Sustainable Communities: Gold Designee


2009 - Best San Francisco Park (Mission Creek Park), California Home + Design Magazine


2007 - Commercial Office Deal of the Year, San Francisco Business Times


2004 - AIA Regional and Urban Design Honor Award


2001 - Outstanding Public Education and Involvement, Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP)


1999 - American Planning Association, Northern California Region, Award of Merit


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