Crane Cove Park

Aerial Perspective Looking Northeast of Crane Cove Park


PROJECT SCHEDULE

2011 Request for Proposals  |  2011 Authorization to Award Master Planning and Design
2016 Authorization to Award Site Preparation Contract  |  2016 Notice to Proceed  |  2017 Site Preparation Complete  


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Crane Cove Park will be a major new open space along the currently inaccessible former industrial shoreline. The park will be a part of the Blue Greenway, a necklace of waterfront public access connecting the City to the shore via pathways, parks and open spaces. This project supports the goals of the Port’s Strategic Plan as follows:

  • Renewal: The Park will be a major new public open space that preserves historic maritime resources, provides public access and recreation opportunities to the Bay, contributes to a vibrant new Pier 70 neighborhood, and expands the Port’s necklace of public open spaces.
  • Livability: The Project promotes living wage jobs by providing opportunity for local business enterprises (LBE’s) and by meeting mandates for Local Hire in construction projects.
  • Resiliency: The Park is designed for 50 years of predicted Sea Level Rise and safety in major earthquakes.
  • Sustainability: Park design and construction include best management practices for storm water management, water efficient landscaping, and energy efficient lighting.

Location   East of Illinois Street between 19th and Mariposa Streets along the Bay shoreline
Existing use   Vacant  
Project type   Open space, recreational, cafe
Project area  Approx. 7 acres
Websites www.pier70sf.com
Project sponsor   Port of San Francisco 
Project Team   Port of San Francisco | AECOM  
Port contact   David Beaupre, david.beaupre@sfport.com
Port Community Advisory Group   Central Waterfront Community Advisory Group (CWAG) | Sign up for project updates and check the "Central Waterfront Advisory Group (CWAG) Interested Citizens" option 


KEY PROJECT INFORMATION

Port Commission Hearings
Environmental Review
  • Community Plan Exemption (2015-001314ENV) to the Eastern Neighborhoods Rezoning and Area Plans Final EIR (Planning Department Case No. 2004.0160E) approved by Planning Department on October 5, 2015, adopted by Port Commission on October 13, 2015.

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PROJECT ARCHIVE

Other Planning 

Waterfront Design Advisory Committee (WDAC) & BCDC Design Review Board (DRB)