What’s going down (or up) in Mission Bay

Information provided by: Amanda Jones of Vanguard Properties, and a member of sfnewsletter ™.
San Francisco’s new Mission Bay development covers 303 acres of land between the San Francisco Bay and Interstate-280.

• 6,000 housing units,
• 6 million sq. ft. of office/life science/technology commercial space,
• A new UCSF research campus
• 500,000 sq. ft. of city and neighborhood-serving retail space,
• A 500-room hotel with up to 50,000 sq. ft. of retail entertainment uses,
• 41 acres of public open space, including parks along Mission Creek and along the bay, plus 8 acres of open space within the UCSF campus,
• A new 500-student public school, a new public library and new fire and police stations.

Mission Bay will be served by transit by Muni’s new 3rd Street Light Rail system as well as two bus lines. This new neighborhood will include a new public branch library, childcare centers, a senior service complex, and other community facilities.

Mission Bay is expected to create over 31,000 new permanent jobs, in addition to hundreds of ongoing construction jobs.

More information: San Francisco Redevelopment Agency website

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