Piers 30-32 and Seawall Lot 330

Project type:
Commercial
Development/Leasing
Historic Rehabilitation
Infrastructure
Open Space
Residential

Future Meetings:

November 16, 2022 5:30 - 7:30

Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84401932847

Dial-in: (669) 900 - 6833 Meeting ID: 844 0193 2847

AGENDA

1. Announcements and Introductions: (5:30 - 5:45pm)

2. Approval of Draft Meeting Notes: NAC September 21, 2022 meeting (5:45 - 5:50pm)

3. Piers 30/32 Redevelopment: Presentation on the revised concept for Piers 30/32 (piers portion only) **please note the revised concept for Seawall Lot 330 will be presented to NAC in January** – Strada TCC (5:50 - 7pm)

 

Project Schedule                                                           

2017-2019 Waterfront Plan Updates and Public Outreach | 2020 RFP Issued and Responses Scored | 2021 Exclusive Negotiating Agreement with Strada-TCC Partners Approved by Port Commission and Community and Regulatory Partner Outreach | 2022 Community and Regulatory Partner Outreach, Term Sheet Negotiations and  Environmental Review | 2023 Community and Regulatory Partner Outreach,  Environmental Review, Permitting, Lease Development and Disposition Agreement | 2024 Community and Regulatory Partner Outreach and Lease

Project Summary 

Piers 30/32 and seawall lot 330 (SWL 330) are Port of San Francisco properties located along The Embarcadero between Bryant and Beal Streets within the South Beach neighborhood. The site includes approximately 13 acres of developable space on Piers 30/32 and 2.3 acres of space on the Seawall Lot.

The Port has entered into exclusive negotiations with Strada-Trammel Crow Companies (TCC) to develop and operate Piers 30-32 and Seawall Lot 330.  Strada -TCC was awarded exclusive negotiations by the Port Commission through a competitive solicitation, which was ranked by a five-member community and expert panel.

The Strada- TCC proposal calls for a mix of maritime, parks and public access, water recreation, resilience, retail, and office use. The proposed project includes removal of approximately 45% of the existing Pier (6-acres), habitat enhancements, green infrastructure, and seismic and shoreline improvements to protect the harbor, Port, City, and neighborhood from sea level rise. Lastly, the concept includes retention of the self-scouring deep-water berth on the east face of the Piers, which is important for the Port’s maritime operations and the City’s disaster response and recovery.

The proposal for SWL 330 includes 850 residential units, parks and open space and includes 25% affordable housing units.

Project Manager
David Beaupre