Pier 38 Rehabilitation

Pier 38

PROJECT SCHEDULE

2012 Request for Proposals  |  2013 Developer Proposal Award 
 TBD Environmental Review  |  TBD Construction 


PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Pier 38 Rehabilitation Project is an effort to repair and upgrade the vacant Pier 38 facility. The Port Commission authorized a 25-year lease in May 2015, however, additional information discovered during due diligence has led to ongoing lease renegotiations between the Port and TMG Partners. The last project update was provided in a June 2016 CWAG meeting. Pier 38 Rehabilitation Project objectives include: 

  • Repair and re-tenanting of vacant space 
  • Economic activity for the South beach area
  • New public access 
  • Office, visitor-serving commercial and maritime uses
  • Historic rehabilitation

Location   The Embarcadero and Townsend Street
Existing use   Vacant 
Project type   Mixed-use, public access, office, commercial
Project area   Approx. 84,700 sf consisting of: 4,900 sf restaurant; 29,000 sf office; 39,000 event/storage; 4,300 sf new public access; 7,500 sf gangway, floating dock, marginal wharf
Project sponsor   TMG Partners
Port Community Advisory Group  Central Waterfront Community Advisory Group (CWAG)
Project news sign up   Check the "CWAG Interested Citizens" option
Port contact   Rebecca Benassini, rebecca.benassini@sfport.com


KEY PROJECT INFORMATION

Port Commission Hearings 

Other Public Presentations

Environmental Review 

  • TBD

PROJECT ARCHIVE


Solicitation 


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