July 14, 2014 Design Review Board Meeting

Commission's Design Review Board
and
Port of San Francisco’s Waterfront Design Advisory Committee

Special Meeting Time and Location
5:30 p.m.
Port of San Francisco
Pier One
Bayside Conference Room
San Francisco

Tentative Agenda

  1. Call to Order

  2. Approval of Draft Minutes for May 5, 2014 Meeting

  3. Crane Cove Park, Port of San Francisco Pier 70, City and County of San Francisco
    (Fifth Pre-Application Review - to be conducted jointly by BCDC’s Design Review Board and the Port’s Waterfront Design Advisory Committe ) // Port of SF WDAC Report // Exhibits

    The Design Review Board will conduct its fifth pre-application review of a proposal by the Port of San Francisco to construct an approximately nine-acre public park at Pier 70. The project includes construction of a multi-use park within the footprint of the area used for historic shipbuilding and repair operations. Within the Commission’s Bay and 100-foot shoreline band jurisdiction, the park elements would include open lawn areas, gardens, seating and picnic areas, playgrounds, facilities serving human-powered boats, and public art. (Erik Buehmann) [415/352-3645 erikb@bcdc.ca.gov]

  4. Adjournment

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