July 11, 2016 Design Review Board

Time and Location

5:30 p.m.
Milton Marks Conference Center – San Diego Room
455 Golden Gate Avenue
San Francisco

Tentative Agenda

  1. Call to Order
  2. Approval of Draft Minutes for June 7, 2016 Joint Design Review Board and Engineering Criteria Review Board Meeting; and draft Minutes of June 7, 2016 Design Review Board Meeting

  3. Alameda Boatworks Green (Third Review, Permit Application No. 2016.004.00)

    The Design Review Board will review a proposal by Francis Collins, Boatworks LLC develop a 9.48-acre parcel located west of the Park Street Bridge, at 2229, 2235, and 2241 Clement Street, in the City of Alameda, Alameda County. The project includes 182 housing units, an approximately 1.03-acre public access area at the waterfront, and approximately 1.13 acres of additional public access located outside of the Commission’s jurisdiction, which will connect to city streets. Proposed public access amenities include an access ramp to an existing pier, an approximately 668-foot long- section of future San Francisco Bay Trail, an open lawn, a grass-terraced amphitheater, a tot lot, picnic tables, public parking, a central passageway from Clement Street to the shoreline, and paths leading to the waterfront along the eastern and western site boundaries. The DRB reviewed different or modified designs for the project site at two previous meetings, January 10, 2011 and January 5, 2015.
    (Hanna Miller) [415/352-3616; hanna.miller@bcdc.ca.gov]

  4. Briefing on Migrations Public Art Project (Informational Only)

    The Design Review Board will receive an informational briefing on the Migrations public art project. The project representatives, Fung Collaboratives and the Association of Bay Area Governments, will provide an overview of current efforts to create destination art experiences along the San Francisco Bay Trail, which are intended to encourage the public to gather, connect, and experience the shoreline. The project has the potential to involve the nine Bay Area counties. To date, the Commission has not received any permit applications or specific plans regarding the project.
    (Jaime Michaels) [415/352-3613; jaime.michaels@bcdc.ca.gov]

  5. Adjournment

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