Joint Review - Design Review Board and Port of San Francisco’s Waterfront Design Advisory Committee
September 9, 2013
***SPECIAL MEETING LOCATION***
4:30 p.m. meet at the southeast corner of Illinois and Mariposa Streets (just south of the Ramp Restaurant entrance) for walking tour of site
6:00 p.m. meet at the Pier 70 Noonan Building at the foot of 20th Street for project presentation and discussion
As a condition to participating in the Crane Cove Park site tour, all participants in the site
tour will be required to sign a waiver of claims against the Port, City and its staff, officers,
Boards and Commissioners resulting from the site tour; and acknowledging that
dangerous conditions exist at the site.
- Site Visit
- Call to Order for Meeting
- Approval of Revised Minutes for June 10, 2013 Meeting [ pdf 193 KB ]
- Crane Cove Park, Port of San Francisco Pier 70, City and County of San Francisco(Third Pre-Application Review) [ pdf 508 KB ] Exhibits [ pdf 13.7 MB ]
BCDC’s Design Review Board and the Port of San Francisco’s Waterfront Design Advisory Committee will conduct a third pre-application review of a proposal by the Port of San Francisco to construct an approximately nine-acre public park at Pier 70. The proposal includes the construction of a multi-use park within the footprint of the area used for historic ship building and repair operations. Within the Commission’s Bay and 100-foot shoreline band jurisdiction, the public activities would include open lawn areas, gardens, seating and picnic areas, playgrounds, facilities serving human-powered boats, and public art.
(Erik Buehman) [415/352-3645 firstname.lastname@example.org]
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